Education

Californians Rank 25th in Higher Education

California will have to make better progress in upping the number of adults who hold college degrees to meet future workforce needs, according to a new report.


Hispanics Going on to College in Record Numbers

Data shows the percentage increase of Hispanics in Florida who go on to college after high school significantly outpaces the increase in the Hispanic population.


Flamenco Fest Pays Homage to Latin Culture

Flamenco dancers and fans will gather in New Mexico for the 26th Annual Festival Flamenco Internacional de Alburquerque, one of the most important flamenco events outside Spain.


Florida's Hispanic Grad Rate Outpaces U.S. Overall

Florida's Hispanic students earn diplomas at the greatest clip in the nation, according to a national study released Thursday.


Obama to Has Plan to Get High-speed Internet Access for U.S. Schools

President Obama is expected to unveil a plan to connect U.S. classroom to high-speed Internet while he's in North Carolina on Thursday.


New Mexico State-Alamogordo Gets Re-accreditation

New Mexico State University-Alamogordo received a 10-year accreditation from a regional higher learning commission on Friday.


N.M. Leads Way for Super-fast Cytometers

University of New Mexico scientists have created a way to immensely accelerate the processing power of flow-through cytometers, which are used to screen tissue samples for clinical research.


Judge Orders Tucson Schools to Teach Minority Cultures

A federal judge has ordered the Tucson Unified School District to begin offering courses on Hispanic and black history and culture.


Hispanic Enrollment Surges in Georgia's Metro Schools

The minority population boom is echoing through the region's classrooms.


In Silicon Valley, High-achieving Schools Fail Latinos, Report Says

When it comes to preparing Latino children for college, some of the most successful school districts in the South Bay and Peninsula post the worst failure rates.


UNM to Offer Web Courses to Masses

Higher education's latest movement, the mass distribution of online courses, is getting a new member: the University of New Mexico.


Changes Slated for New York GED

The New York State Education Department (NYSED) is making sure that everyone will be able to take the test without the antipicated rise in cost of the exam.


Calif. Retains More Teachers Than Anticipated

This year's deadline for school districts to hand out layoff notices to educators ended with about 1,256 members of the California Teachers Association receiving final pink slips, about half of what the union had projected.


Students Get Hands Dirty With Green Project

Before this week, most students at El Paso's Center for Career & Technology Education had never held a shovel, much less completed any yard work, said interim Principal Matthew Farley.


Fresno State Appoints First Hispanic President

Joseph Castro, vice chancellor at U.C. San Francisco, has been appointed the first Hispanic president in Fresno State University's 102-year history.


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