Social media presents community colleges with opportunities and challenges as they find new ways to serve their students and community.
It's become an article of faith that universities and colleges must emphasize and expand their offerings in science, technology, engineering and math to meet the workplace demands of tomorrow -- yet research suggests liberal arts degrees are as valuable as ever.
Teach for America is bringing more than 600 new Hispanic teachers to the nation's classrooms this school year, the largest incoming corps of Hispanic teachers in the organization's history.
Cassandra Sanchez, a student at Arizona Western College, got to represent Yuma in the national Hispanic College Quiz show.
Eight school districts in Lee, Union and Pontotoc counties are upgrading with $1 million in grant money from Toyota.
LatinoJustice PRLDEF will host a Twitter interview with its president Juan Cartagena on Sept. 19.
A New York City role model program for Hispanic youth celebrates its sixth anniversary during Hispanic Heritage Month.
U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan praised the work of El Paso educators Tuesday in preparing students for careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics and putting them on an early path to a college or university.
Marijess Ramos doesn't have time for antiquated ideas about what jobs are reserved for girls. She wants to build rockets.
The California State University and the California Faculty Association reached
an agreement to provide a 1.34 percent raise to all full-time
equivalent faculty members.
Washington teacher Tammie Schrader is so enthusiastic about computer
games in education that she thinks they can be used to teach programming skills
that lead to college - starting in middle school.
Faculty and staff of New Mexico State University-Alamogordo gathered
for a celebratory luncheon in honor of the college's renewed accreditation at
the Tays Special Events Center on Friday.
UC Berkeley has emerged from the California recession with a new
chancellor, new plans for helping liberal arts majors nail down a
career, and a commitment to
remain a public resource despite relying on private dollars.
New Mexico scholarships could be scaled back as soon as next year if a solvency
fix is not approved during next year's 30-day legislative session, according to Higher
Education Secretary Jose Garcia.
President Obama announced plans today for a new college rating
system to show which schools provide the "best value"
and eventually could be tied to student financial aid offers.