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Latino Students in School Beat The Odds

Beat The Odds InstituteBeat the Odds Institute, an initiative of the Center for the Future of Arizona, began as a research study: What does it take to get great educational achievement in a school with mostly Latino school enrollment?

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Exclusive Scholarships Totaling $810,000 for Hispanic students

United States UniversityUnited States University recently announced a new scholarship program exclusively for Hispanic students nationwide, totaling $810,000 for up to 200 scholarships. Through the Rudolf I. Estrada Hispanic Scholarship Programs, students can be awarded up to $7,500 for online Bachelor Degree Programs in Management, Nursing (BSN), Health Science and General Studies, or up to $4,050 toward online Master Degree Programs in Business Administration, Nursing Administration or Nursing Education.

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Princeton Review's Annual Law and Business School Rankings Out Now

The Princeton ReviewTop 10 Schools in 11 Categories Reported in "Best 167 Law Schools" and "Best 294 Business Schools" 2012 Edition Guidebooks

NEW YORK, October 11, 2011 — The Princeton Review—known for its widely-followed college rankings in dozens of categories based on how students rate their undergrad schools—today released the 2012 editions of its guides to law and business schools which also include annual ranking lists uniquely based on student surveys.

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One year later, education leaders and philanthropists take stock of movement to improve Latino college completion

EdExelencia.org65 national partner organizations reconvene to chart future course of initiative to make America world leader in college degrees by focusing on Latinos

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National education leaders recognize top programs at increasing degree completion among Latinos

Excelencia In EducationWASHINGTON – U.S. Under Secretary of Education Martha J. Kanter and Jon Whitmore, CEO of ACT, joined Excelencia in Education at the U.S. Capitol here today to announce the 2011 Examples of Excelencia, top programs that increase degree completion among Latinos at the associate, bachelor, and graduate level.

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