Magazine article The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education

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Magazine article The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education

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After the presidential election, it was widely predicted that immigration reform would be on the front burner in American politics, but who could have guessed that a January pronouncement by a gang of bipartisan senators would put it on the last track to passage. Both political parties are keenly aware of the Latino vote and are determined to court it with vigor. So it is only natural that more and more Latinos are being showcased in the media. Suddenly, their lives and opinions matter. For The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education Magazine, their lives and opinions have always mattered. We routinely put a spotlight on Hispanic leaders both in public service and in education. And this issue is no exception. In a preview to what could lie a future presidential match-up, we profile two rising Latino political stars - Julián Castro, Democratic mayor of San Antonio, Texas, and Marco Rubio, Republican senator from Florida. Both have put educational issues as prominent items on their agendas. …

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