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The Road to College: A Parent’s Guide to Ensuring Children are College-Ready
This publication is presented as a guide for parents to ensure their children will be college ready after graduating from high school.
Overcoming Immigrant Barriers to Coverage: Options for Health Care When Major Programs Don’t Cut It
Immigrants in the U.S. are disproportionately uninsured compared to their native-born counterparts. In 2010, 34.1% of all immigrants lacked health coverage. A variety of factors contribute to this: immigrants are less ...
Transcript for Next Steps: Funding Financial Counseling
This transcript examines how modest-income families stand to benefit greatly from financial planning services. However, such services can be expensive and are often out of reach for the average family. Decision-makers are ...
Hispanic Education Coalition FY2011 Education Budget letter
This letter addressed to President Obama outlines the Hispanic Education Coalition (HEC)'s concerns regarding education funding allocations in the fiscal year 2011 budget proposal.
Financial Regulatory Improvement Act of 2015
Letter on behalf of NCLR, expressing opposition to the proposed \Financial Regulatory Improvement Act of 2015.\"
Recommendations for the Reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act
The Hispanic Education Coalition (HEC), of which NCLR is a member, is an ad hoc coalition of national organizations dedicated to improving education for Hispanics. In this letter to Chairman Miller and Ranking Member Kline ...
Latino and Labor Organizations Call on Congress to Support Enforcement of Federal Labor Laws, Senate
Without a vigilant and nimble Department of Labor, unscrupulous employers are more likely to violate the law, thereby lowering wages and working conditions for all workers. In today's fiercely competitive labor market, ...
NCLR 2014 Midterm Election Highlights
NCLR Affiliate Council 2015 Summer Meeting Minutes
Meeting notes from the Friday, July 10, 2015 NCLR Affiliate Council Summer Meeting.
Hispanic Health by the Numbers