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Eloy Ortiz Oakley is the first Hispanic elected to lead California’s com...
A Hispanic to head the country's largest higher education system
Growing up in a home where higher education was not a priority did not prevent Eloy Ortiz Oakley from becoming the first Hispanic to lead California’s community college system.
Graduation ceremony
New Mexico university to offer tuition discount to Mexican students
Facing a budget crisis, the institution hopes to expand its international population.
Spanish-English bilingual programs have grown rapidly throughout U.S. sc...
Will Hispanic bilingualism survive in the United States?
Around a third of Latinos speak both English and Spanish. But as more Hispanics are born in the U.S., they're less likely to be bilingual.
Mayte Lara's original tweet
Latina valedictorian faces backlash on Twitter after coming out undocumented
Mayte Lara posted a tweet that went viral after her graduation, highlighting her academic achievements along with her immigration status.
From undocumented immigrant to Harvard graduate
Harvard graduates daughter of undocumented Mexican
Norma Torres was among several Hispanic students who overcame the educational achievement gap this academic year
Commencement Speech at Cal State Fullerton
A Lesson in Reporting
“Granted there is nothing wrong with reporting on how my comments were perceived, but do we just completely erase the already blurred lines between opinion and factual reporting?.”
Quienes cargaron el ataúd en el funeral de King Carter vistieron...
Miami kids protest gun deaths: "Don't shoot .... our lives matter"
Dozens of school-aged children in Miami-Dade County are taking to the streets of the city’s most dangerous neighborhoods to demand an end to the gun violence that has claimed hundreds of youngsters’ lives in recent years
In this April 21, 2016, photo, Candelario Jimon Alonzo, 16, right, and h...
Migrant children kept from enrolling in U.S. schools
The Associated Press found 35 school districts in 14 states where hundreds of immigrant children from Central America are being discouraged from enrolling in school or have been pushed into alternative programs