2014 CSRC Latina/o Education Summit: Latina/o Education after DACA and the California Dream Act
The ninth annual Latina/o Education Summit brings together legal scholars, social scientists, advocates, and administrators in order to assess the impact and implications of the DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) and the 2011 DREAM Act on Latina/o students. According to keynote speaker Michael A. Olivas, there are roughly 1.7 million immigrants currently in the U.S. who might meet the requirements for DACA. This year’s summit is presented in cooperation with the UCLA School of Law and the UCLA Graduate School of Education and Information Studies.
To view the conference program and related publications see below.
Reports & Briefs
DACAmented in California: The Impact of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program on Latina/os
Lindsay Pérez Huber, Brenda Pulido Villanueva, Nancy Guarneros, Verónica N. Vélez, and Daniel G. Solórzano
CSRC Research Report, Number 18, October 2014
The Growing Educational Equity Gap for California’s Latina/o Students
Lindsay Pérez Huber, Verónica N. Vélez, and Daniel G. Solórzano
Latino Policy and Issues Brief, Number 29, October 2014