New America Media, News Report, Posted: Feb 24, 2010
California students have less than a week left to send in their applications for the Cal Grant, the state’s most generous – and most accessible – financial aid program.
New America Media, Video, Posted: Feb 23, 2010
A new report from the think tank Education Trust-West reveals alarming disparities in academic achievement among different Asian ethnic groups in California.
The Imhotep Institute Charter School (IICS) is thriving with new technology and increased cultural activities, thanks to stimulus funds it received from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA).
Vida en el Valle, News Report, Posted: Feb 13, 2010
Alejandro López is one of many who joined the Conservation Corps' California Gang Reduction and Intervention Program in 2007, and is also one one of six corpsmembers nationwide to receive The Corps Network's Corpsmember of the Year Award, a prestigious honor recognizing at-risk youth and young adults who have dramatically turned their lives around.
Mi Gente, News Report, Posted: Feb 12, 2010
Charlotte, NC School Employee Fired for Speaking Spanish
New America Media, Commentary, Posted: Feb 12, 2010
President Obama's stimulus package helped allowed 7,000 more California children to attend Head Start. With the stimulus funds spent, those Head Start slots could be eliminated
Mundo Hispanico, News Report, Posted: Feb 11, 2010
Georgia Parents Allege Racism at School
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Feb 05, 2010
The DREAM Act would amend current federal immigration law and allow states to grant residency status to undocumented youth who have graduated from high school. In California, advocates are pushing for its passage.