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Journalists file their stories after participating in UTEP’s immigration reporting workshop Journalists file their stories after participating in UTEP’s immigration reporting workshop Featured Nov 1st Zita Arocha   EL PASO – Twenty journalists from all regions of the United States gathered at the University of Texas at El Paso this fall to learn strategies and tools for reporting about immigration in their home communities. The workshop,......Read More
Rural schools struggle to roll out online Common Core tests Rural schools struggle to roll out online Common Core tests Featured Jul 17th Erin Bell Forty-two states decided to use Common Core standards, starting in 2009 and 2010. Out of those states, many have chosen to join assessment consortium, which provide online testing related to the standards. For some rural schools, administering......Read More
First Lady talks education to Hispanic audience First Lady talks education to Hispanic audience News Features Jul 17th Hispanic Link By Percy Luján Michelle Obama addressing the LULAC convention. (©HispanicLink) NEW YORK CITY — First Lady Michelle Obama, featured speaker at the League of United Latin American Citizens convention, which concluded here this past......Read More
Birth of her son moves her to overcome learning delays from childhood meningitis Birth of her son moves her to overcome learning delays from childhood meningitis Featured Jul 10th Karina Moreno CIUDAD JUAREZ — Rocio Jiménez, 31, lives in colonia La Cuesta, one of the poorest sections of this city, in a small two-bedroom house with her husband and six-year-old son. Although she seems to have a normal life, Jiménez has......Read More
José Antonio Vargas, el indocumentado más privilegiado José Antonio Vargas, el indocumentado más privilegiado Featured Jul 4th Elio Leturia CHICAGO — José Antonio Vargas ha pasado la mayor parte de su vida escondido detrás de un secreto: Vivir indocumentado en los Estados Unidos. Cerca de 12 millones de personas en los EEUU comparten tal secreto bajo el miedo de la......Read More
More Hispanics go to college after high school, but less actually graduate More Hispanics go to college after high school, but less actually graduate Featured Jul 4th Jessica Salcedo EL PASO — Eight years ago, when 24-year-old Rosalie Aguirre moved from Durango, México to El Paso to receive an education, she had no idea of the multiple steps she would have to take to receive a bachelor’s degree. After......Read More
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