Latino Education and Advocacy Days (LEAD)
The Latino Education and Advocacy Days (LEAD) projects at Cal State San Bernardino's digital platform with both original programming that includes replaying segments from the past decade of LEAD Summit conferences and affiliate programming that distributes content from collaborative projects.
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Latina girls and women make up 1-in-5 females in the United States, and by 2060 are predicted to form nearly 1/3 of the total female population. As a fast-growing and influential constituency, Latinas have made significant strides and progress in a number of areas. Yet progress has been extremely slow ...
Panel: “Latina College Administrators: Triumphs and Challenges ... Leaving a Legacy” Season 9 (2018)
In the United States, not only the overall growth within the Latino population, but especially increased student attendance/presence on campuses of higher education has led to an increased prevalence of social inequities. There is very few Latino representation overall within executive leadership positions in higher education, and more so, the ...
Featured Speaker - Chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley - “Latinx and the Community College: Promoting Pathways to Postsecondary Degrees” Season 8 (2017)
Latino/a/x have become the largest student population of color in higher education and represent 25 percent of community college students nationwide. When compared to Whites, Latino/a/x are more likely to choose a community college, even after controlling for academic achievement and socioeconomic status. Thus, upon completing high school, 46 percent ...
Representatives from three different groups that have advocated for greater access to California higher education will discuss perspectives on this problem. The panelists include Audrey Dow, Vice President of External Affairs and Operations for the Campaign for College Opportunity, Dr. Daniel M. Estrada, Chair of the California LULAC Latino Educational ...
This presentation has been made possible by the California-Mexico Studies Center, El Rancho Unified School District and LEAD, as co-conveners of the Campaign to Promote Ethnic Studies Summit on October 18, 2014, at CSU Long Beach. The CPES Summit was webcast by LEAD throughout its worldwide network and prompted the Los ...