De la ciudad a la frontera: A comparative analysis of degree and certificate completion for Hispanic males in border and urban regions in Texas

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2019-02

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Sáenz, Victor B
Sánchez, Nydia
Ryu, Wonsun
Burmicky, Jorge

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This policy brief examines trends from border and urban regions of Texas. While border and urban regions have distinct characteristics and traits, together these regions serve a significant proportion of all Hispanic male students in the state. By understanding the needs of Hispanic males from border and urban regions, Texas can be better prepared to meet the goals of 60x30TX.

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Sáenz, V. B., Ryu, W., Sanchez, N., & Burmicky, J. (2019). De la ciudad a la frontera: A comparative analysis of degree and certificate completion for Hispanic males in border and urban regions in Texas. Project MALES Policy Brief, Issue No.1.1: https://diversity.utexas.edu/projectmales/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/MALES-Policy-Brief-1.1.pdf

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