New Report on Comprehensive National and State Performance Data Shows Hispanic-White Achievement Gap Unchanged Over Last Two Decades WASHINGTON – U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan today urged parents, educators and school leaders at every level of government to make Hispanic educational excellence a national priority. Secretary Duncan’s challenge follows the release of a sobering new […]
The North Carolina Society of Hispanic Professionals (NCSHP) is starting the ¡Gradúate! program, a dropout prevention initiative offering in-school and after-school tutoring and guidance to Hispanic high school students. We are looking for at least 20 VOLUNTEER TUTORS per County. Tutors will support the ¡Gradúate! coaches during and after school, assisting students to achieve scholastic […]
For the past several months, along with the Asian Law Caucus and Educators for Fair Consideration, we have been working on a project that will help you and your friends. We know you get e-mails from us all the time about youth facing deportation and actions to take to help keep them here. Many of […]
Where: Elliott University Center Auditorium UNCG. What: Awareness Panel Discussion (featuring a Guilford County State Representative, a local undocumented student, and a lobbyist from the Latin American Coalition) When: March 24, 2011 Time: 7:00pm-8:00pm HB11 is a bill introduced in the NC Legislature which will close the doors on undocumented students that attend colleges and […]
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The Nuestras Historias Nuestros Sueños Exhibitis now up at El Centro Unido Latino Americano in Marion, NC.