Latino Education Summit Description
The 1st annual Latino Educational Summit will identify and discuss bold and trans-formative approaches for educating Latino students and children of working poor families in Silicon Valley. The Summit will consist of nationally recognized keynote speakers, breakout session, resource fair and social media classes. Presenters will share research and evidenced based and best practices that have been shown to promote the success of Latinos, particularly English language learners from low-income communities.

Event Location:
Santa Clara University
500 El Camino Real, 
Santa Clara, CA 95053
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Date/Time of Event:
Saturday, April 30, 2016
8:30am - 2:00pm

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Host Organizations:

The Foundation for Hispanic Education
The Center for Latino Education & Innovation (CLEI) was established in 2014, under the auspices of The Foundation and through a strong alliance of public and private partners, serves as the educational architect for building an effective pre-K to college "pipeline" for Latino students and their parents.

The Mission of the parent organization, The Foundation for Hispanic Education is to provide leadership in the education of English Language Learners and the development of specialized training programs for teachers of English Language Learners. 

Contact us at:
The Foundation for Hispanic Education

P.O. Box 730453, San Jose, CA 95137-0453
408-585-5022  info@tfhe.org
Santa Clara University 

The School of Education and Counseling Psychology at Santa Clara University offers master’s degree programs to prepare professional counselors and culturally responsive K-12 educators and administrators; counseling psychology degrees leading to licensing for marriage and family therapists; professional credential programs for K-12 teachers and administrators in both public and Catholic school settings; preparation for those seeking later doctoral work in their fields, and other opportunities for post-baccalaureate study.  The School of ECP also offers graduate training for culturally responsive educational leaders at its East San Jose satellite campus.

Within the context of a Catholic and Jesuit University, and guided by a strong dedication to academic excellence and service to society, the School of ECP educates practitioners whose professional competence, social conscience, and human compassion will transform lives, schools, and communities for the greater health, well being, and the common good of all—especially those in greatest need.  

Contact us at:
Santa Clara University

Latino Education Summit Committee:
Esau Herrera
David Lopez 

Committee Members:
Angelina Ramos

George Sanchez
Pattie Cortese
Ramon Martinez
Rudy Rodriguez

Convening Partners: