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Foreword
 
Executive Summary
 
Introduction:
The Context
for this Study
 
Enormous Diversity
Among Hispanic High
School Students
 
Obstacles to
College Attendance
and Completion
 
Success Stories
 
Conclusion
 
Afterword by
Deborah Wadsworth
 
Commentary by
Advisory Group
Members 
   Opening the
   Discussion,
    by Arturo Madrid.

   Building a
   Consensus for
   Equity,
    by Alfredo G.
    de los Santos Jr.

   A Challenge and
   an Opportunity
   for Policy,
    by Marlene L. Garcia

   Low Expectations
   Equal Low
   Outcomes,
    by Jaime A. Molera

 
About the Author
 
About Public Agenda
 
About the National
Center for
Public Policy and
Higher Education
 

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  ABOUT THE AUTHOR


John Immerwahr is a senior research fellow with Public Agenda and associate vice president for academic affairs at Villanova University. He is the author or co-author of numerous Public Agenda reports on higher education, including: Meeting the Competition: College and University Presidents, Faculty, and State Legislators View the New Competitive Academic Arena (2002); Great Expectations: How the Public and Parents-White, African-American, and Hispanic-View Higher Education (2000); and Doing Comparatively Well: Why the Public Loves Higher Education and Criticizes K-12 (1999). In addition, he has authored and co-authored a number of other Public Agenda reports on education, including First Things First: What Americans Expect from the Public Schools (1994).

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