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Latino students take out more student loans to pay for their education than their White peers, adding to a racial/ethnic wage gap
Free school meals have been a staple for kids from low-income households for decades, especially Latino kids.
As a teenager, Hilda Ramirez saw how the educational system did not support Latino students, limiting their chances for academic success and future mental and physical healt
Dr. Benjamín Aceves wasn’t sure if he wanted to pursue a PhD.
He was hesitant about the commitment. He didn’t have a background in academia that many pursuing PhD programs do.