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Here is a list of some of LPI's most recent publications:

Infographics: 

  • Latinos & Housing in RI 2014:
    • In February 2014, LPI released an infographic titled "Latinos & Housing in RI" in partnership with HousingWorksRI. The infographic examined the basic demographics of the Latino Population in Rhode Island and the extreme housing cost burden they are facing. Ultimately, the data revealed that more affordable homes could lead to as much as $82 million circulated in parts of the RI economy.
       
  • Workforce Participation 2013:
    • On October 15, 2013, LPI released an info graphic titled “Work in Progress: Latinos in the RI" in partnership with the Economic Progress Institute. The info graphic revealed that as the fastest growing ethnic group in Rhode Island, Latinos will play a more prominent role in the future of the state’s workforce and economic growth. Ultimately, the data revealed that in order for Latinos to play a bigger role in RI’s labor force, there needs to be an opportunity to close the education and skills gaps.
       
  • Latinos & Housing in RI 2013:
    • In February 2013, LPI released an infographic titled "Latinos & Housing in RI" in partnership with HousingWorksRI. The infographic examined the basic demographics of the Latino Population in Rhode Island and related housing cost burderns.

Publications:

(Full copies availible via the Publication Request tab)

  • LPI Education Report 2013: 
    • On August 27, 2013, the Latino Policy Institute at Roger Williams University released an education report titled "Latino Student Achievement in Rhode Island: Addressing Equity Challenges and the ELL Crisis". The report specifically focuses on Latinos in Rhode Island.
       
      (Nota: Un resumen ejecutivo del informe también está disponible en español apresione Publication Request)
       
  • In-State Tuition Report 2012:
    • ​In 2012, the Latino Policy Institute at Roger Williams University released an in-state tuition report titled “The Effects of In-State Tuition for Non-Citizens: A Systematic Review of the Evidence”. The report contains a systematic review examining the quality and quantity of original research assessing the effect of in-state tuition.