Join us to talk about Latino College Completion in 50 States

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Let’s face it, the future of our country heavily depends on the future of our Latino community.  Not only are we the fastest growing Graphsgroup in the country but we’re also the youngest.  Right now 22% of the K-12 population is a Latinito(a).  College completion continues to be a challenge.  We’ve heard the cry for help loud and clear from many organizations.  However Excellencia has taken an innovative approach to the problem.  They’re offering solutions and lessons learnt from colleges that are delivering results.  We are honor to bring Excelencia to our traditional Thursday Twitter party to talk about the main findings of the report.  Come with your questions, good & bad college experiences and plenty of suggestions.  We want to celebrate those who are doing a great job and make sure to call out those who are failing our kids and their dreams.

LATISM TWITTER PARTY DETAILS

HOSTESS: @MendezGonzalez

Panelist: @DS_Excelencia

DATE: Thursday, April 17, 2014

TIME: 9:00 PM (EST)

TOPIC: LATINO COLLEGE COMPLETION – EXCELENCIA REPORT

HASHTAG(s): #LatinoEd  #LATISM

Communities and institutions across the country are showing success in enrolling, retaining, and graduating Latino students. For more information on programs with evidence of effectiveness of improving Latino student success in higher education, access Excelencia in Education’s Growing What Works database at http://www.edexcelencia.org/examples

Guess what? Excelencia wants to find more Higher Ed champions who are doing a stellar job with their Latino students.  If you know a leader or a program, please make a nomination here: http://www.edexcelencia.org/examples-of-excelencia

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