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Latinos for Education is a network of education leaders dedicated to elevating the voice, leadership and influence of the Latino community. Our members make up a coalition of Latinos that serve as teachers, administrators, nonprofit leaders, executives, philanthropists, entrepreneurs, researchers, policy makers, and community organizers.

If you identify as Latino and want to create more equitable opportunities for Latino students through leadership, we invite you to join this community. Become a part of our national network of Latino education leaders and stay connected to learn about professional development opportunities and high-impact roles in education.

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INTENDED IMPACT

We will increase the representation and impact of Latino education leaders in positions of influence. In the next three years, we will measure our impact through the opportunities provided to our network.

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Latino education leaders in our network
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Placements in leadership roles
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Latinos serving on non-profit education boards
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Latinos on a pathway to roles of influence
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Latino thought leaders convened annually

As we grow to scale, our impact will exponentially increase. We will launch regional sites across the US to position more Latino leaders in roles of influence and serve as advocates for Latino students and families.

SEEKING LATINO EDUCATION LEADERS?

Latinos for Education partners with organizations that support our mission and organizational values. We value our relationships with organizations committed to seeing more Latino education leaders in positions of influence.

Through our network, we promote organizations and programs that provide quality professional development experiences and highly influential career opportunities for Latinos in the education sector.

If you’re interested in partnering with us, please tell us more about you and your organization.

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