Latino Education and Economic Progress: Running Faster but Still Behind

Georgetown University's Center on Education and the Workforce recently released this new report highlighting how a lack of higher education degree attainment has led to Latinos being disproportionately "stuck" in the lower and middle wage tiers of the labor market. The report presents comprehensive data on the issue for the ten states with the highest Latino populations.

Preventing Gang Violence By Offering a Community

Two years ago, 18-year-old Josue left Guatemala, a country with one of the highest crime rates in Central America, and set out on his own to find a better life. In Washington, District of Columbia, he found a sanctuary to study and socialize at the Latin American Youth Center — with its free snacks, computer access and caring community.