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UnidosUS, 2021
LGBTQ+ students have worse academic and health outcomes than their heterosexual counterparts, and these disparities increase when taking race/ethnicity into account. 57% of Latinx LGBTQ+ students report feeling unsafe at school due to their gender expression, and 35% are more likely to miss school due to feelings of unsafety. This fact sheet…
Descriptors: LGBTQ People, At Risk Students, Racial Differences, Ethnicity
Elengold, Kate Sablosky; Dorrance, Jess; Martinez, Amanda; Foxen, Patricia; Mihas, Paul – UnidosUS, 2021
Latino students are entering college at record numbers. Today, almost 3.8 million Latinos are enrolled in colleges and universities across the United States. Yet Latino students lag behind their White and Asian peers in attaining college degrees. The overall completion gap exceeds ten percentage points. What is causing this completion gap?…
Descriptors: Hispanic American Students, Academic Persistence, College Graduates, Graduation Rate
UnidosUS, 2021
Latino students are enrolling in California's colleges and universities at record numbers; there has been a 91% increase since the 2000-2001 school year. However, Latinos still complete college at lower rates than their white counterparts and often under-enroll in community colleges. This brief examines the Latino population in California's…
Descriptors: Hispanic American Students, College Students, Two Year College Students, Certification
Colón, Ingrid T.; Stechuk, Robert – UnidosUS, 2021
Parents, family members, and other adults can play critical roles in helping their multilingual preschool-age children confront the stresses and trauma of the continuing COVID-19 pandemic. This brief highlights various language practices of multilingual children that deserve to be respected and nurtured through daily conversations and…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Preschool Children, Multilingualism
UnidosUS, 2020
In its 2019 report, "Beyond the Border: Family Separation in the Trump Era" (see ED603926), UnidosUS demonstrates how the current trajectory of the nation's immigration policies is threatening the future of an entire generation of American children. Today, 80% of Latinos are U.S. citizens and half of those remaining are legal permanent…
Descriptors: Immigration, Hispanic Americans, Children, Public Policy
UnidosUS, 2020
In its 2019 report, "Beyond the Border: Family Separation in the Trump Era" (see ED603926), UnidosUS demonstrates how the current trajectory of the nation's immigration policies is threatening the future of an entire generation of American children. Today, 80% of Latinos are U.S. citizens and half of those remaining are legal permanent…
Descriptors: Immigration, Hispanic Americans, Children, Public Policy
UnidosUS, 2020
In its 2019 report, "Beyond the Border: Family Separation in the Trump Era" (see ED603926), UnidosUS demonstrates how the current trajectory of the nation's immigration policies is threatening the future of an entire generation of American children. Today, 80% of Latinos are U.S. citizens and half of those remaining are legal permanent…
Descriptors: Immigration, Hispanic Americans, Children, Public Policy
UnidosUS, 2020
In its 2019 report, "Beyond the Border: Family Separation in the Trump Era" (see ED603926), UnidosUS demonstrates how the current trajectory of the nation's immigration policies is threatening the future of an entire generation of American children. Today, 80% of Latinos are U.S. citizens and half of those remaining are legal permanent…
Descriptors: Immigration, Hispanic Americans, Children, Public Policy
Ruskin, Emily – UnidosUS, 2020
Despite educational gains in recent decades for many Latino students, there are still significant barriers to universal quality education in the U.S.; among these are the stresses of current U.S. immigration policy and political discourse, which serve as negative multipliers to pre-existing social, economic, and health inequities. This report…
Descriptors: Hispanic American Students, Barriers, Equal Education, Educational Quality
Poppe, Samantha Vargas – UnidosUS, 2020
In this report, we spotlight a traditional path to overcoming inequality and move up the economic ladder in our country: higher education. UnidosUS hopes to draw attention to the experience of Latino students in college and highlight some troubling trends we see. The words of the students and parents are compelling and help to make visible to…
Descriptors: Hispanic American Students, Equal Education, Higher Education, College Students
UnidosUS, 2020
In its 2019 report, "Beyond the Border: Family Separation in the Trump Era," UnidosUS demonstrates how the current trajectory of the nation's immigration policies is threatening the future of an entire generation of American children. This issue brief on Illinois is part of a series that builds on this analysis by exploring the stakes at…
Descriptors: Immigrants, Immigration, Hispanic Americans, Children
UnidosUS, 2020
The policy agenda provides a robust and compressive vision for Latino success in higher education; it outlines recommendations for how to make high-quality colleges and universities more affordable, increase access to financial aid, increase degree attainment, improve degree quality, and much more. The state of higher education today fails to…
Descriptors: Equal Education, Hispanic American Students, Higher Education, Success
Elengold, Kate Sablosky; Dorrance, Jess; Agans, Robert – UnidosUS, 2020
Researchers at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill teamed up with UnidosUS to explore whether and how our debt-driven higher education system makes it difficult for students to finish a college program or degree. The quantitative research, gathered from more than 1,500 respondents from across the country, offers insight into the primary…
Descriptors: Hispanic American Students, Debt (Financial), Academic Persistence, Barriers
Elengold, Kate Sablosky; Dorrance, Jess; Agans, Robert – UnidosUS, 2020
Researchers at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill teamed up with UnidosUS to explore whether and how debt-driven higher education system makes it difficult for students to finish a college program or degree. Recognizing the increased national attention to equity in higher education and the dearth of data focused on Latino students, the…
Descriptors: Hispanic American Students, Debt (Financial), Academic Persistence, Barriers
UnidosUS, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound effect on Latino children's health and learning. This fact sheet examines the specific impact on Latino children's well-being and ability to learn and provides steps to keep children healthy and ready for school.
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Hispanic Americans, Children
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