Enhancing the academic success of Hispanic females

Hernandez, Arthur E.
September 1995
Contemporary Education;1995, Vol. 67 Issue 1, p18
Academic Journal
Highlights the Hispanic Mother-Daughter Program housed at several University of Texas System schools as an exemplar of how to enhance the educational achievement of Hispanic women in the United States. Low retention rates; Factors for the low levels of academic success; Features of the program.


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