Latinos are the vast growing minority in the United States. Therefore, there has been a tremendous impact if interest in the population.
CASA has compiled a list of Research/Presentations that encompass many of the challenges Latinos have faced throughout history. We have even compiled a list of information pertaining specifically to Latinos in Oregon.
|The Latino Health Project||Latinos in Higher Education|
|How Latino Students Pay for College||Understanding Two|
|Latinos and the Educational Pipeline: Pt. 1||Latinos and the Educational Pipeline: Pt. 2|
|Latinos and the Educational Pipeline: Pt. 3||Latino Student Success at Hispanic Serving Institutions|
|Recruiting Latino Youth to Participate in Resident Camps||Guide to the Erlinda Gonzales-Berry Papers, 1982-2007|
|Guide to the Annabelle E. Jaramillo Papers, 1967-2001||Multimedia Collection of Chicano and Latino Studies|
|Effective Strategies for Gaining Entry & Building Relationships with Latino Communities||Keys to Engagement: Latino Core Values|
|Goal To Double the Rate of Hispanics Earning a Bachelor’s Degree||Culturally Responsive Strategies for Evaluating Community-Based Educational Programs for Latino Youth|
|Latinos in Oregon by Census Track 2000||Doris Cancel Tirado: First generation college graduate wins prestigious award|
|4-H Latino Youth Development Education||Hispanic Initiative Report Fall 06/Winter 07|
|Oregon Gear Up||A Portrait of Poverty in Oregon|
|Las Comidas Latinas: Community Needs Assessment for Nutrition Education Programming||Latino Children and Families in Oregon: Challenges and Promises|