Charlotte’s Levine Museum of the New South will host a panel discussion on “Latinos and Education: Successes and Struggles” on Monday.
Latinos make up the fastest-growing segment of public education, accounting for 22 percent of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools enrollment.
Monday’s talk, which is free but requires registration, is part of the museum’s “¡NUEVOlution!” exhibit on Latinos and the New South. Speakers include Jose Hernandez-Paris, executive director of the Latin American Coalition, and UNC Charlotte associate professors Spencer Salas, Adriana Medina and Paola Pilonieta.
The event starts at 6 p.m. at the museum, 200 E. Seventh St. Register at http://bit.ly/1np0iA7