For New Grads, Depression After the Diploma

For New Grads, Depression After the Diploma

New America Media, News Feature, Raymond Fong, Posted: Jul 16, 2014

Many young people experience post-college depression. For most, the period marks the first time outside of a school setting, causing an identity crisis of sorts.


Isabelle Thuy Pelaud: How I Found Myself at UC Berkeley


New America Media, News Feature, Andrew Lam, Posted: Jul 01, 2014

How did a mixed race child in rural France end up as a professor of Asian American literature?


Online Program Widens Access to UC for High School Students


UC Newsroom, News Report, Nicole Freeling, Posted: Jun 30, 2014

The UC Scout online learning program is designed to open college-prep courses to high school students who otherwise lack access through their individual schools.


Shift to High-Tech Jobs Leaves Latinos Behind


New America Media, News Report, Irene Florez, Posted: Jun 27, 2014

Job numbers are bouncing back to 2008 levels, but the recovery isn’t being felt evenly by everyone.


Flagging Kids In Early Grades as "At Risk" -- Does It Help or Harm?


VoiceWaves / New America Media, News Report, Alyson Bryant, Posted: Jun 26, 2014

Long before students have even entered ninth grade, teachers are looking at data to determine which kids are most likely to drop out.


Q&A: Early Childhood Education, Common Core and America’s Future


New America Media, Interview, Khalil Abdullah, Posted: Jun 23, 2014

Journalist turned children's advocate David Lawrence, Jr. says education reform efforts in south Florida are an indicator of where the nation is headed.


Mom of Three, UCLA Grad Looks to 'Empower' Her Community


UC Newsroom, News Report, Rebecca Kendall, Posted: Jun 22, 2014

Deanna Jordan, honored as a departmental scholar at UCLA, founded the Compton Pipeline Taskforce, which offers education services for area youth.


International School Shows How Common Core Can Work


New America Media, News Report, George White, Posted: Jun 18, 2014

One innovative school in New Orleans offers a case study on how Common Core standards can be implemented successfully.


Oakland Unified Gives Students Say in Spending Plans


Oakland Local, News Report, Barbara Grady, Posted: Jun 17, 2014

Oakland Unified School District unveiled a tentative plan that gives students an unprecedented say in determining spending priorities.


New Grads Step Into a World of Debt


New America Media / VoiceWaves, News Report, Ben Novotny, Posted: Jun 17, 2014

Outstanding student debt across the United States has reached $1.2 trillion, increasing at a faster rate than mortgages and auto loans.

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