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Talking Family-Centered Practice With United Way’s Henrietta Muñoz

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Henrietta Muñoz (holding child) and staff from Dual Generation Partnership

Henrietta Muñoz, senior vice president of research and evaluation at United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County, shares her thoughts on adopting a family-centered practice. In this post, she discusses the values driving this work, training recommendations and how family-centered approaches intersect with evidence-based service models.

Posted March 22, 2018

Young Adults, College Paths and Race: What the Data Say

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Racial and ethnic disparities exist along the pathway to a college degree.

The rate of young adults attending or completing college — 49% in 2016 — is on the rise. Despite this statistic trending in the right direction, deep racial and ethnic disparities persist along the pathway to a college degree.

Posted March 13, 2018

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