The employment-population ratio of Hispanics aged 25 and over is higher than other groups for all levels of educational attainment. In 2007, Hispanics with less than a high school diploma had an employment-population ratio of 59% compared to 43% of all others. Hispanics with a bachelor’s degree or higher had an employment-population ratio of 80% compared to 76% of all others.
Data Tools for Accelerating Latino Student Success (ALASS)
A significant result of the Latino Student Success project is the production of data tools focused on Latino students and the development of the Accelerating Latino Student Success (ALSS) Inquiry Model. The inquiry model and data tools offer an encompassing strategy for data gathering and analysis with regard to institutional practices for Latino student success.
The tools below provide campus teams with the means to gather the data and professionals necessary to assess the effectiveness of institutional resources and strategies in advancing and graduating Latino students in higher education. The results of a campus inquiry may also be used as a point of departure for developing a broader accountability instrument for institutions of higher education interested in practices that promote positive educational outcomes for Latino students.
|Using the Latino Student Success Inquiry Model (PDF)||41.66 KB|
|Latino Student Success Inquiry Model, 2004 (PDF)||82.35 KB|
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U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Current Population Survey, Annual Averages, Household Data, Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional population 25 years and over by educational attainment, sex, race, and Hispanic or Latino ethnicity, Table 7