Alliance for Puerto Rican Education and Empowerment - APREE
Participants of APREE have been and are engaged civically and socially in the local and broader community. Many of the founders of APREE are alumni of the City University of New York. Some are retired or nearly retired. All have benefitted from growing up at a time of great change and social awareness that included giving back to our communities. These experiences have positively impacted our lives. To continue the legacy of giving back, they have founded APREE.
Download and read their latest publication below - "Not a White Paper"
¡Excelencia in Education! - See more here.
Some believe a focus on race and ethnicity divides us as a society. At Excelencia in Education, we believe acknowledging racial and ethnic trends describes our society in useful ways. Using data and analysis to identify factors that influence the success of specific student populations establishes the base line information from which to develop more effective policies, engage diverse stakeholders, and enhance the active and tactical responses needed to better serve Latino and all students.
Download and read their publication below FROM SELECTIVITY TO SUCCESS: L A T I N O S A T S E L E C T I V E INSTITUTIONS
PEW Hispanic Center - PHC
Pew Research Center is a nonpartisan fact tank that informs the public about the issues, attitudes and trends shaping America and the world. We conduct public opinion polling, demographic research, content analysis and other data-driven social science research. We do not take policy positions.
Center for Puerto Rican Studies- Hunter City University of New York
Centro is a research institute that is dedicated to the study and interpretation of the Puerto Rican experience in the United States and that produces and disseminates relevant interdisciplinary research. Centro also collects, preserves, and provides access to library resources documenting Puerto Rican history and culture. We seek to link scholarship to social action and policy debates and to contribute to the betterment of our community and enrichment of Puerto Rican studies