‘Roadmap’ for Latino College Success

Here’s an interesting article that highlights the increasing Latino population and the lagging degree attainment rates for Latino students in the United States.

Between 2005 and 2022, the number of Hispanic public high school graduates in the United States is projected to increase by 88 percent, while the number of white high school graduates is expected to decline by 15 percent. And in 2008, only 19 percent of Hispanics ages 25 years and up had earned a postsecondary degree, compared with 29 percent of black young adults and 39 percent of white ones, according to a new report to be issued today by Excelencia in Education.

Read the full article at Inside Higher Ed

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