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Increasing Student Participation in Higher Education: New Collaborations for New Populations - James Montoya & Stephen J. Handel

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  • 1. The U. S. Achievement Gap for Latinos Only 15% of Latino 9th graders will attain a bachelor degree vs. 29% for all 9th graders.11 Calculation: 12 out of 76 middle school graduate is 15.8%; assumes all 76 middle school students in this scenario are 8 th graders and attend the 9th grade or high school. See Appendix for general population student education pipelineSource: Pew Hispanic Center, Hispanic College Fund
  • 2. James Montoya, Vice President, HigherEducation Relationship Developmentjmontoya@collegeboard.orgStephen J. Handel, Executive Director,Community College Initiatives and HigherEducation Relationship Developmentshandel@collegeboard.org

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