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Hispanic-Serving Institutions Continue Growth With More Poised to Join Ranks

The nation had 370 Hispanic-serving institutions (HSIs) in 2013, an increase of nearly 60 percent during the past decade, said the new report from Excelencia in Education.

The Agricultural Act of 2014 will authorize a new program for Hispanic-serving institutions to work with agricultural workers and designate Ohio’s Central State with land-grant status.

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The Inter-University Program for Latino Research is finding new ways to up their political clout, emphasize college completion and financial aid for students and better understand the diversity of the Latino community.

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This Diverse 2014 Emerging Scholar is exactly where he wanted to be, doing high-level research on theoretical math that has attracted the attention of his peers and federal grantmakers.

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This Diverse 2014 Emerging Scholar’s upbringing in a lower-income Latino community inspires her to be part of a conversation about education and diversity.

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As a young student in Bogota, Colombia, Ana Maria Rey was discouraged by her parents from pursuing her love of physics.

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A study released by University of California at Los Angeles researchers with backing from actress Eva Longoria has put a high profile focus on the potential of U.S. Latinas for educational success.

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Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities’ annual national conference addressed the underrepresentation of Hispanics in STEM, immigration reform and revision of the rating of colleges and universities.

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To end persistent racial disparities in school suspension rates, educational leaders must root out racial bias and pursue more non-suspension alternatives.

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Colleges and universities are ramping up efforts to recruit and retain Hispanic students.

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