The epilogue highlights the key points made by the authors of the articles in this volume and points to the need for a new comprehensive Latin@ student success framework, which is asset-based and cognizant of the diversity inherent in the nation's Latin@ population. Rendón additionally suggests that this framework should be focused on providing comprehensive academic preparation, timely information about the college going process, financial literacy for students and families and supportive validating agents.
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Laura I. Rendón; Epilogue. Journal of Latino/Latin American Studies 1 December 2015; 7 (2): 169–172. doi: https://doi.org/10.18085/1549-9502-7.2.169
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