The White House and a bipartisan group of senators have reached a deal to lower student loan interest rates, which jumped from 3.4 percent to 6.8 percent.
Texas Tech ranks 47th in the nation for Hispanic students earning their
bachelor's degrees, according to a new list of the top 100 schools for Hispanic baccalaureates.
David Petraeus, former director of the CIA, will be a CUNY visiting
professor for $1 after a to-do over his original six-figure pay, officials
The Diamante Awards Committee seeks nominations for its annual
student scholarships and awards for
service to the Hispanic community.
A language school at California Lutheran University is teaching English
to students from all over the world.
Teach for America picked up a check for $10,000 at a reception hosted by Bank of America and the California Community Foundation.
Andrew Levin owes the bank $26,000 in student loans, and he'd like you
to help him pay it off. Should you be inclined to reduce his bill, Levin, would be pleased to teach you
to play guitar, bass, electronic drums or piano.
Hispanic students have posted large academic gains since the early 1970s, according to new federal data, narrowing the achievement gap with their white peers in nearly all categories.
Michelle Jackson wanted to encourage the positive aspirations of youth in public housing when she initiated the Pittsburgh Housing Authority's first multimedia production studios in Northview Heights.
Do you have a degree in accounting? That's good news because a record number of accountants were hired last year.
The long-term trend assessment by the National Assessment of Education Progress shows improvement for Hispanic students since the 1970s.
Research shows that participation in the national Advanced Placement Incentive Program is particularly beneficial for Hispanic students.
Ameritas College is offering a
new pathway to higher education with the potential to increase degree-completion
rates for Hispanic adults.
Interest rates on some new federal student loans seem ready to double next
week, with a Monday deadline looming and the Senate going on recess Friday.
Students and others opposed to impending increases in federal student loan rates held rallies Thursday in Manhattan and Emporia, calling on Congress to keep rates low.