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EDU 104 Cultural Foundations of Education (Dr. Robinson): Hispanic/Latino Issues in Education

Library Databases for Hispanic Issues

Websites for Research on Hispanic Issues

Pew Charitable Trusts: Hispanics in America

Pew Research Hispanic Trends Project

Dream Act 2013

Alabama State Immigration Laws
from FindLaw

Arizona's Immigration Enforcement Law
from National Conference on State Legislatures

National Center for Education Statistics  
Projection of Education Statistics to 2020 

NEA: National Education Association
See especially the Issues and Action section, including Minority Community Outreach and Achievement Gaps

National Education Access Network
"The mission is to provide up-to-date information on equity issues and school finance and to promote meaningful educational opportunities for all children."

White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics

United States American Immigration Center
The American Immigration Center provides information about living and working in the USA, or just visiting the USA. Whether you need a Visa, permanent Resident Green Card or US citizenship, you will find all the necessary resources here.

Creating an Immigration System for America’s 21st Century
from the White House

The Impact of Unauthorized Immigrants on the Budgets of State and Local Governments
from the Congressional Budget Office, 2007

Education Law Center

The Education Trust
"The policy work of The Education Trust connects policymakers and advocates with data, research, and examples from the field regarding what can be done to close achievement gaps."

Wildly Disparate Funding
Report from the Chicago Reporter

Public Charter Schools Data Dashboard
National Alliance For Public Charter Schools

Latino Civil Rights Timeline, 1903 to 2006
from Teaching Tolerance: A Project of the Southern Poverty Law Center

New Phase of Work to Advance Equity and Excellence in Education
NSBA National School Board Association

Census 2010: Hispanic Origin