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  • Author(s):
    Danielle Dirks, Kari Jo Verhulst, Edwin I. Hernández, Caroline Sotelo-Turner, Milagros Peña
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    Describes the next generation of Latino/a religious leaders and examines the effectiveness of their theological education. Identifies critical institutional and curricular characteristics for preparing seminarians to be leaders responding to spiritual and material needs of Latinos/as in U.S. Based upon data from focus groups and surveys conducted in 2002-2004.

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    2006-10-01
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  • Author(s):
    Sylvia Puente, Berenice Alejo
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    Summary of 2007 Suburban Latino Roundtables in four towns with new Mexican immigrant settlement. The Institute for Latino Studies led workshops for municipal officials, educators, mayors, and community and faith leaders. Recommends strategies to better lead and assist Latino communities in realms of housing affordability and availability, parental investment in education, social services for Latinos, particularly in new immigrant communities.

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    2007-11-01
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  • Author(s):
    Magda Banda, Alejandra Cano, Martha Zurita
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    Este informe presenta un resumen de los hallazgos de un estudio llevado a cabo por el Instituto de Estudios Latinos y la Universidad de Notre Dame concerniente a subvenciones otorgadas por La Fundacion Comunitaria de Chicago (CCT) para fomentar el desarrollo del liderazgo latino.

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    2005-09-01
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  • Author(s):
    Magda Banda, Alejandra Cano, Martha Zurita
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    Study of 17 Chicago Community Trust grants issued between 2001 and 2003 to foster Latino leadership development. Identifies challenges in developing Latino leadership, recommends programs to develop Latino leaders and finds that leaders who participated in such programs and received grants had significant success. Based on 73 interviews with grantee staff, community leaders, policymakers, and civic leaders.

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    2005-09-01
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  • Author(s):
    Sonia Soltero, Christine Wedam Rosario, José R. Rosario, James Rosenbaum, Timothy Ready
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    Web-based index and essays providing information about achievement, access to learning, and relevant resources for Latino students. Intended to improve Latino students’ learning outcomes.

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    2008-09-01
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  • Author(s):
    Martha Zurita
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    Analyzes U.S. Census data to highlight major demographic changes from 1990-2000 in Metropolitan Chicago and Illinois. Examines implications for delivery of quality educational, health, and social services to school-aged children.

    Date Created:
    2003-05-01
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  • Author(s):
    Sonia Soltero, Costas Spirou, Joanna Schmit, Xóchitl Bada, Nawojka Lesinski, Vanessa Guridy, Amalia Pallares, John Koval, Jose Soltero, Samuel Rosenberg, Larry Bennett, Peter Creticos, Elizabeth Robbins, Maria de los Angeles Torres
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    Edited volume of five studies by Chicago-area social scientists scholars on Latinos in the Chicago Metropolitan Area. Chapters on Latinos and Neo-Regionalism, Latinos and Education, Latino Engagement and Mobility in the Labor Force and Economy, and Latino Civic and Political Engagement.

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    2010-06-01
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  • Author(s):
    David A. Badillo
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    Civil rights activism within the Latino community ranges from locally based, grassroots organizing to national organizations that rely on highly trained legal professionals and make appeals up to the US Supreme Court. The Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF) is an organization that fits more handily into the latter category. Its stated mission is to protect and promote the civil rights of the 40 million Latinos living in the United States by fostering “sound publi…

    Date Created:
    2005-01-01
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    The Institute for Latino Studies, University of Notre Dame, with support from the Joyce Foundation
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    Examination of Illinois student achievement in Illinois, with special focus on Berwyn and Cicero. Provides case study of role of state education data systems in identifying disparities in educational achievement and informing policies that foster educational excellence and equity. Compares data from Chicago-area to Los Angeles.

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    2005-07-01
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  • Author(s):
    Edwin Hernández, David Sikkink
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    Research on role of religion in academic success and failure of Latino youth. Particular focus on impoverished inner-city schools. Analyzes 1996 data from National Household Education Survey, National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health and 1999 data from Early Childhood Longitudinal Study.

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    2003-01-01
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  • Author(s):
    Martha Zurita, Timothy Ready
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    Research on the continued segregation of low-income and minority students from more affluent White students and the obstacles to programs aiming to eliminate race- and class- based student achievement gaps. Based on data from Illinois State Board of Education.

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    2003-12-01
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  • Author(s):
    Verónica Castro, Martha Zurita, Eva Serrano, Sylvia Puente
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    Discusses Latinos’ access to education and effects on upward mobility. Explores why Latinos are the least formally educated group in the nation today, and why many Latino youth lack basic skills and knowledge required for economic and social mobility. Case study in Cicero, Ill.

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    2004-03-01
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