We understand that children are the key to our future. And as the largest and fastest-growing minority group in grade school, it’s not a stretch to say that Hispanic children in particular will hold much of this responsibility. It’s a tall order, and to ensure they can all rise to the challenge, it’s vital that we, as adults, consistently provide the right educational opportunities. At Univision, that starts with Univision Contigo.
As America’s longest-running educational public service campaign, the Univision Contigo Educación initiative exists to bring awareness to the importance of education, as well as put valuable tools and resources into the hands of parents and children alike.
HISPANICS AND EDUCATION BY THE NUMBERS
of students enrolled in college in 2013 were Hispanic.
of students in elementary and high school in 2013 were Hispanic.
Hispanic Public School Enrolement
(among 18 to 24 year olds in 2012)
Attainment of a 4-year degree
(among 25 to 29 yer olds in 2013)
THE UNIVISION RESPONSE
Built upon the singular relationship we enjoy with Hispanic families, Univision inspires parents and students to achieve their potential through a variety of dynamic educational initiatives. From grassroots to the national stage, multiple elements are deployed, including workshops, fairs, PSAs, in-show integrations and informational segments, original programming, and more.