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The Keys to Preparing Students for College
According to Hispanic leader Gus Reyes, it begins in preschool.
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the culture. What barriers do Hispanic students face in higher education? The academy has its own culture, and it is distinct from our culture. Home teachings
‘Poised to Do New Things’
From Abilene to Asbury, Christian schools are reaching Latino students and their families
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A 2006 report in Inside Higher Education discusses how first- generation Latino students prefer to attend more a move to Pomona, is making its own appeal to future Hispanic leaders, in
From Faith to Flashcards
The church’s emphasis on educational equality is a matter of biblical justice.
We are 18 years into a new century, yet Hispanic families still see how one side of town is An equal education for all students is a matter of biblical justice, and our churches are the
Going to College with Abuelita
Schools are learning to think in terms of families, not only individual students.
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My hope for the Hispanic and Latino community is that we will increasingly find our place in higher education and that we will be increasingly valued for the contributions we have to offer
Mentors Make the Difference
College is hard, but you don’t have to navigate it alone.
works in the Los Angeles area as a first generation student retention specialist in higher education. she prefers the term Latinx, the editorial decision to use Latino and Hispanic in this
‘Listo para hacer cosas nuevas’
De Abilene a Asbury, las escuelas cristianas están alcanzando a los estudiantes latinos y a sus familias.
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Un informe del 2006 en Inside Higher Education analiza cómo los estudiantes latinos de primera Gay en 1974, los ministros hispanos en el seminario fundaron Fuller's Hispanic Center
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The Next Big Thing in Hispanic Education
How academic leaders can help with the changes we’re already seeing.
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a national organization that empowers parents to take charge of their child's education, 90 percent of Hispanic parents want their children to go to college--a higher percentage than any
For #MLK50, Christian Schools Launch $1.5 Million in Minority Scholarships
Dream Forward initiative by Wheaton, Gordon, SBC seminaries, and others builds on Martin Luther King Jr. commemorations in Memphis.
Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference (NHCLC) has brought together pastors and Christian higher ed institutions through the Alliance for Hispanic Christian Higher Education in an
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Tough but Fair for All
How to prepare students for the rigors of higher education.
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sure to register for the 2017 National Hispanic Education Summit, which In light of these higher and equal standards, I encourage 3. Signing your church up for Education Sunday (first
A Call to All Hispanic Families
Consider sending your student to a Christian College.
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There's another challenge many Hispanic students face, especially those who are the first in their family to pursue higher education. They may have
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6 Ideas to Celebrate Education Sunday
How to inspire academic excellence on this special day.
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of Hispanic parents want their children to go to college — a higher percentage than any ethnic group measured. And this year Pew Research once again confirmed that education is the
Prosperity Gospel Taught to 4 in 10 Evangelical Churchgoers
Survey finds most Protestants believe God wants them to prosper financially. But views diverge on whether they must tithe to receive it.
African-American (44%) and Hispanic (34%) churchgoers are more likely to for gender by age, race/ethnicity, region and education to reflect Margins of error are higher in sub-groups.
Half of Hispanic Christians Worry About Deportation Under Trump
Pew: Latino Protestants most likely to rate Trump a ‘terrible’ president.
In the Pew survey of Hispanic adults, Protestants had the are more likely to believe issues like education, national security, the economy, and health care belong higher on Trump's
Raising Our Standards
In the Hispanic community, we have both good news and bad news regarding education.
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Between now and 2020, the annual numbers of Hispanic graduates from public high schools will challenged every American to commit to at least one year of higher education or post
On Israel, Most Hispanic Christians Are Ambivalent
Survey finds efforts to diversify Christian Zionism have a ways to go.
were used for gender, region, age, education, Catholic/Protestant immigrated to more accurately reflect the Hispanic Christian population Margins of error are higher in sub-groups.
Can I Really Afford College?
How parents can help their children plan for paying for college.
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The Hispanic Scholarship Fund is a prime example. Latino students to succeed and are willing to invest in their education. a high GPA (grade point average), 3.5 and higher, it will lead
5 Female Change Makers
Meet the nonprofit leaders featured in our special issue.
Andrea Ramirez, National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference. “I was seeing the dichotomy: I was seeing higher-education students who had gone on a different path and
Christian, Muslim, and Jewish Leaders: California, Please Protect Religious Liberty
We call on the State Assembly to abandon Senate Bill 1146.
Religious higher education cultivates both the mind and the soul the integrity of religious education institutions and Samuel Rodriguez President National Hispanic Christian Leadership
Under DeVos, the Real School Choice Christians Face
The future of public education will depend on the church.
Only one in four Hispanic students were college ready in 2015 we have an opportunity to ensure education standards are States that have recently adopted higher standards are seeing
What Does Academic Success Look Like?
It’s not just getting smart or a degree.
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at a job--and it all has a higher purpose. This is the genius of a Christian education, and it is During the 2016 National Hispanic Education Summit, he shared an insightful presentation
Why Evangelicals Voted Trump: Debunking the 81%
Why Evangelicals Voted Trump: Debunking the 81%
Ahead of the midterms, the Billy Graham Center Institute examined the most infamous statistic about faith and the 2016 election.
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