Mexico City -- During Arizona Governor Goug Ducey's visit to Mexico City, the Carlos Slim Foundation presented its latest initiative, Acceso Latino: a free website entirely in Spanish that offers educational tools, English-language learning resources, online job training and more.
AccesoLatino.org was officially launched in August 2014 by the Carlos Slim Foundation in an effort to improve the quality of life of individuals of the U.S. Latino community by providing information, tools and resources that are easily accessible, free and entirely in Spanish. The site offers diverse content in the areas of education, job training, healthcare, citizenship and more.
The site contains educational tools that range from English-language learning and preparation for the High School equivalency exam (GED, Hi-SET, TASC) to Khan Academy courses in Spanish for learning levels K-12 and up.
AccesoLatino.org includes financial literacy tools such as easy-to-follow guides to saving money and paying and filing taxes.