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25% of #WorkingLearners juggle a full-time job and full-time college course load. Read more: bit.ly/2yh8Vnm @Forbes

Latinos are running faster in the edu race, but still falling behind their White peers. Learn more in our #video: bit.ly/2gwoL6f

Latina women have higher completion rates compared to Latino men at every level of postsecondary edu. bit.ly/2xrEsGl #CEWdiversity

Want a recap of our #CEWedchat on Latinos in the #workforce? Take a look at our @Storify to get caught up: bit.ly/2z5MMaN

This week, stay tuned for more tweets from our new #CEWrelease on Latinos in the workforce! bit.ly/2xrEsGl #CEWdiversity

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34% of foreign-born Latinos have some form of postsecondary #edu compared to 61% of native-born Latinos. bit.ly/2xrEsGl

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High school graduation rates are up & growing for Latinos. Dr. Carnevale explains more: bit.ly/2i5fdCH

Why California is investing over $200 million in vocational education

In this CNBC article, Abigail Hess reports on the state of California’s $200 million investment in vocational education. Hess quotes Andrew Hanson, a Senior Analyst at the Georgetown Center on Education and the Workforce.

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New Data on Non-Degree Credentials

In this Inside Higher Ed article, Paul Fain writes about the growing opportunities for non-degree certificate holders. Fain cites Certificates, a report by the Georgetown Center on Education and the Workforce.

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The only thing more expensive than going to college is not going to college.

Anthony P. Carnevale
Director and Research Professor