Tag Archives: Latism
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Notable Latinos in the STEM Field

By Efrain Nieves, Victoria Cepeda In 2010, Latinos accounted for 15%  (1.8 million) of the overall college enrollment. But, only 8% of those undergraduates are majoring in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM). Also, Latinos represent only 5% of  the nation’s STEM workforce.  How do we encourage our children to get involved in STEM? Perhaps by introducing  them to Latinos […]

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Latinos & Education: A Townhall with U.S. Secretary of Ed. Arne Duncan

By Victoria Cepeda This past Wednesday Pa’lante Latino joined the U.S. Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan, Latism’s Elianne Ramos and Director of White House Excellence in Education for Hispanics Jose Rico for a Townhall co-hosted by #Latism and #HispanicEd. At the heart of the meeting was, you guessed it, education and affordability of education for the Latino […]

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Blogger vs. Blogger: Battle of the Rebels

 This is the Official Blogger vs. Blogger LATISM Challenge. The objective of the challenge is to show the fun side of blogging and to let readers learn a little bit more about LATISM bloggers. So, here we go! 1. If I’m not working you will find me with the little ones getting our groove on. […]

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