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No in-state tuition for AZ ‘Dreamers’

No in-state tuition for AZ ‘Dreamers’

No in-state tuition for AZ ‘Dreamers’ Rachel Leingang of The AZ Republic/azcentral.com reports that the Arizona Supreme Court has ruled that DACA residents of Arizona are not eligible for in-state tuition at the State’s universities. – “Arizona colleges can’t give in-state tuition to

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School funding inequalities punishing Latino students

School funding inequalities punishing Latino students

School funding inequalities punishing Latino students Associated Press and Ariel Jao of NBC report on the continuing issues of segregation and school funding inequities that punish Black and Latino children in the U.S. – “The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights published

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More Latinas are becoming teachers

More Latinas are becoming teachers

More Latinas are becoming teachers by Stephen A. Nuño The growth of the Latino population in the United States will have a lasting cultural and intellectual impact beyond the arts, food and celebrations. More and more, it’s Latina teachers who

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Latino kids face more early obstacles, but there are solutions that work

Latino kids face more early obstacles, but there are solutions that work

Latino kids face more early obstacles, but there are solutions that work Latino children face more adverse conditions in their early childhoods, a new report finds, but there are solutions that can lead to better health and education outcomes. by

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Latino Dropout Rate Plummets as College Enrollment Hits Record High

Latino Dropout Rate Plummets as College Enrollment Hits Record High

Latino Dropout Rate Plummets as College Enrollment Hits Record High by Foluke Tuakli The Latino high school dropout rate has fallen to a new low, and it has been accompanied by record-high college enrollment, according to a new report by

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Embracing a Fuller Latino History

Embracing a Fuller Latino History

Embracing a Fuller Latino History  July 9, 2017 By Mary Beth Faller Young Latinos need to embrace the history that has been denied to them in order to fight for their civil rights, according to a panel discussion at the

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Latino Families’ Use Of Early Education

Latino Families’ Use Of Early Education

Latino Families’ Use Of Early Education Todd Grindal, Contributor Renee Lamoreau, Michael López, & Todd Grindal There is widespread consensus that high quality pre-kindergarten programs can provide sizable benefits for young children and their families. For Hispanic[1] families the positive

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Arizona’s Mexican-American Studies Ban Goes To Trial

Arizona’s Mexican-American Studies Ban Goes To Trial

Arizona’s Mexican-American Studies Ban Goes To Trial June 27, 2017 By Roque Plenas A 2010 law passed by Arizona Republicans to ban a Mexican-American studies program in public schools here was an overtly discriminatory act that destroyed a program credited

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Bilingual Education Creates Great Long-Term Benefits

Bilingual Education Creates Great Long-Term Benefits

Bilingual Education Creates Great Long-Term Benefits The Benefits of Bilingual Education By The Capital-Journal Editorial Board Scott Dual Language Magnet School provides pre-K through fifth-grade students with a comprehensive education in both English and Spanish (including math, science, reading and

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University of Phoenix Shines Spotlight on Alumnus Diamondback Paul Goldschimdt

University of Phoenix Shines Spotlight on Alumnus Diamondback Paul Goldschimdt

University of Phoenix Shines Spotlight on Alumnus Diamondback Paul Goldschimdt Arizona Diamondbacks First Baseman Paul Goldschmidt’s dedication to balancing higher education, family and career are focal point of new University brand campaign   University of Phoenix continues its tradition of recognizing

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