ADVANCING COMPETITIVENESS THROUGH LATINO IMMIGRANT WORKER SUCCESS
APRIL 21, 2011

This report, sponsored by the Lumina Foundation for Education, highlights the workplace as an asset for increasing access to post-secondary education and training, especially for working Latino adults. Specifically, the research discusses five key principles for shaping policy.

This report builds on the 2009 report, Building Tomorrow’s Workforce: Promoting the Education & Advancement of Hispanic Immigrant Workers in America , which promoted public-private partnerships between community colleges and employers that work together to build the skills of documented Latino immigrant workers.

Download Advancing Competitiveness Through Latino Immigrant Worker Success.

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