Expanding Knowledge About Latino Students in Higher Education
Excelencia in Education was founded with the belief that increasing knowledge about the current condition of Latino educational achievement, combined with data-driven research and analysis of what is working to increase Latino student success will strengthen public policy and institutional practices to further accelerate success for post-traditional students.
In 2014, fewer Latino males had earned an associate degree or higher, compared to Latino females (25%).
Excelencia in Education. 2016. Latino Males in Higher Education.