Are the increasing tuition costs in community colleges around the nation threatening Latino gains in college enrollment?
A number of organizations are challenging Florida’s strict new voter registration regulations, alleging they are preventing Latinos and others from voting.
A Missouri Republican, is sponsoring a bill that would mandate that all public schools verify the immigration status of enrollees, and require law enforcement officers to check immigration status on all stops when they have reasonable cause.
Children whose parents are undocumented immigrants are less likely to finish high school, but their parents’ legalization tangibly improves students’ educational opportunities and outcomes, researchers have found.
How sad that Alabama's ugly past is rearing its head again and has found a new group of people to prey upon with discrimination, prejudice and terror. Only this time, they feel emboldened to do it without the sheets.
A group of researchers has found that minority students in community colleges tend to perform better when they’re taught by minority instructors — particularly those of similar race or ethnicity.
A new report titled "Left Back: The Impact of SB 1070 on Arizona's Youth," is based on over 70 interviews in seven different schools in Pima County, that summarizes the perspectives of teachers, parents, and students themselves on how young people have been impacted by the law's passage
A national Latino association and the University of Arkansas business school will start a center to help Hispanics advance their careers and train company executives on diversity in a fast-growing part of the state.
Ten undocumented youth were arrested on Tuesday during an act of civil disobedience at Central Piedmont Community College in Charlotte, North Carolina, the action was a protest against a number of anti-immigrant policies in the state.
Last Thursday, people gathered in the streets of Jaime Eyzaguirre Macul in Chile, participating in a two-day national strike. Among those was 16 year old Manuel Gutierrez. Manual probably expected to return home after the protests. Instead, he was mortally wounded due to shots fired by the police.
For the first time, more than 90 percent of California's black and Latino students passed both the English and math portions of the high school exit exam by May of their senior year.
Though the debt crisis has been averted for now, there is another national crisis speeding on at full speed -- the education of students of color.
A young Hispanic from East Los Angeles whose dream is to become a mathematics professor is on his way to Yale University, thanks to a scholarship.
A lawsuit was filed Wednesday against the Bear Valley Unified School District on behalf of a Latina middle-school student who alleges that her teacher made racially offensive remarks, humiliated her and inhibited her education.