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Posts For Tag: "Hispanic Students"

Don’t Give Up

More than a decade ago, as part of ACT’s 50th anniversary celebration, ACT established the ACT Scholars Program, as part of a pair of endowments to

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Guest Blog: You Will Have Obstacles, Do It Anyway

Dr. Danna Diaz, superintendent of schools, Reynolds School District

November 8 was National First-Generation College Student Day. It’s a day to recognize and celebrate the efforts of first-gen students, as many have had to

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Guest Blog: Don’t Be Afraid to Ask Questions

Alfonso Martinez, educational measurement and statistics graduate student and ACT Scholar, University of Iowa

What was your motivation for going to college and earning a degree? My college journey began when I was sophomore in high school when my

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Empowering Hispanic Students and their Families

Lori Swartzendruber, senior program manager and Dr. Nancy Lewin, program director

ACT’s Center for Equity in Learning focuses on closing gaps in equity, opportunity, and achievement for underserved populations through purposeful investments and thoughtful advocacy efforts.

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Latinx Leaders Conquering the Equity Gap

Lori Swartzendruber, senior program manager

Equality in education. Equity in education. Equality in education is treating all students fairly and equally, no matter their race, gender, age, disability, religion, or

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