Discussion on Latino Higher Ed Report in Diverse Magazine

May 2, 2018

A discussion of our recent report “It Made the Sacrifices Worth It: The Latino Experience in Higher Education,” with Deborah A. Santiago, co-founder, COO and vice president for policy at Excelencia in Education, appears in the magazine Diverse: Issues in Higher … Continued

Higher Ed Hierarchy

December 8, 2017

Students across the United States graduate with, on average, $30,000 of student loan debt, which can take years — sometimes decades — to pay off. How this affects the Latino community, specifically, is an under-reported story. But the UNC Center … Continued

The Atlantic | The Never-Ending Foreclosure

December 1, 2017

Alana Semuels quotes our Director, Dr. Roberto Quercia, in an article on how the foreclosure crisis has had a lasting effect on lower-income families. Quercia’s remarks on foreclosure highlight the non-financial impacts of losing a home.