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May 16, 2022
The University of Texas at San Antonio's success at boosting graduation rates, especially for Black and Latino students, may offer strategies for California and other states.
November 9, 2021
Latinos are 39% of the state’s population, yet only one in four students in the entire University of California system identify as Latino.
September 21, 2020
Spanish-language resources help parents understand how to navigate distance learning.
November 18, 2019
Math scores for Latino students have more than doubled at Robbins Elementary since 2014-15.
September 23, 2019
Three San Diego area community colleges will send 100 students annually to San Diego State’s bilingual credentials program.
January 22, 2019
State investigators also found that the district violated students' Fourth Amendment rights and the rights of students with disabilities. The district agreed to five years of state monitoring.
November 12, 2018
A report by an advocacy group says that California's future economy depends on the educational success of the growing Latino community.
June 28, 2018
Hispanic Serving colleges may be eligible for extra federal funds. But just as important, backers say, the Hispanic designation gives colleges a recruiting tool at a time when 51 percent of California high school graduates are Hispanic and their enrollments in higher education are increasing rapidly.
November 8, 2017
An Education Trust-West study found wide achievement gaps, even though Latino students make up a majority of students.
July 23, 2017
A new AP Computer Science Principles class focuses on the “big ideas” behind computer science.
June 14, 2017
The high school graduation and college attendance rates for black, Latino, Native American and Pacific Islander young men is well below that of whites and Asians. A new study by the Education Trust-West urges barriers be lifted and more support offered for those minority male students.
May 3, 2017
Parents said they were most concerned about funding, racism and teacher quality affecting black and Latino students. Meanwhile, 89 percent of black parents and 81 percent of Latinos wanted their children to be challenged more in school.