A growing number of upwardly mobile Latinos would rather take the good and bad of Lincoln Heights than idyllic suburbs, in a trend that some refer to as “gentefication.”
The steadily increasing numbers suggest administrators and academics think that a key to their success lies with Hispanics.
New flavors, like mango and guava, are being introduced across the country to specifically target Hispanic families.
The educational program, one of the largest offered by the government, is dealing with cuts and an unstable future.
California professors found that a mere $6 investment helped guide high-performing students to the best colleges.
A growing number children are attending schools where the dominant language for years is Spanish or Mandarin.
A school in Arizona has launched a program that brings parents together to learn English, or even Spanish.
High tech employers hail the proposed STEM Act, but others are raising doubts about the legislation.
When it comes to ballet, some in the dance world say that Latinos are the new Russians.
Latinas are attending college in greater numbers, but many wind up choosing schools near their family.