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This blog post was written by Richard Thomas, Chief Academic Officer of Latinos In Action. All opinions expressed are the author’s and do not necessarily reflect any official positions or policy of Latinos In Action. So what does the “achievement gap” really mean, and what difference...

This blog post was written by Ivan Cardenas, Regional Program Manager for the Utah Central area.   As a former LIA teacher, I recall 8 years ago when I attended an LIA teacher training. It wasn’t called Educator Institute, but I always left empowered, inspired, and ready...

This blog post was written by Brenda Granzini, Regional Program Manager for the Utah South Region. All opinions expressed are the author's and do not necessarily reflect any official positions or policy of Latinos In Action. As some of you may know, the highlight of my...