The Regional Educational Laboratory Midwest, operated by AIR, created a documentary that reveals best practices for educating Latino students and preparing them for college. It highlights the predominantly Latino Cesar Chavez Academy High School in Detroit and the College Assistance Migrant Program at Michigan State University. The goal of this work was to equip educators with the knowledge they need to tailor their Latino students’ education to reflect their cultural needs and prepare them for college and career readiness.
This viewing guide provides information on a 30-minute documentary sharing evidence-based practices to support Latino students on their pathways to postsecondary education.
This 30-minute documentary shares evidence-based practices to support Latino students on their pathways to postsecondary education.