Latino College Completion: New Hampshire
New Hampshire had the 44th largest Latino population in the U.S.
In New Hampshire, 3% of the K-12 population was Latino.
The median age of Latinos in New Hampshire is 24, compared to 41 for White, non-Hispanics.
In New Hampshire, 33% of Latino adults (25 to 64 years old) had earned an associate degree or higher, compared to 46% of all adults.
Click here to download Latino College Completion: New Hampshire
Click here to download Latino College Completion in 50 States Executive Summary
EXAMPLES OF WHAT WORKS FOR LATINO STUDENTS
The following are examples of institutional programs across the country with evidence of effectiveness in serving Latino students nominated for Examples of Excelencia.
Hispanic Student Success Initiative – Texas A&M International University & Laredo Community College
Academic Achievers Program (AAP) – University of Houston & Austin High School
Click here to access Excelencia in Education’s Growing What Works database for more information on institutional programs improving Latino student success in higher education across the country.
ENSURING AMERICA'S FUTURE PARTNERS
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Ensuring America's Future
- 50 States
- New Hampshire
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- New Mexico
- New York
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