Latinas’ successful participation in so many fields has been outstanding.
Gustavo A. Mellander |
It is especially important to honor the work of these institutions over the course of a pandemic year that has been marked by unprecedented challenges, particularly for minority students
April was not a good month for Hispanic cabinet members and major agency Secretaries appointed by President Biden
Peggy Sands Orchowski |
COVID-19 has been hard on both kids and adults. But what about those who are in between?
Statewide assessments are intended to provide valuable information on learning and needs due to pandemic impact.
Central Connecticut State University has partnered with Connecticut’s Department of Education to create the NextGen Educators program to address the state’s teacher shortage.
Are you interested in career advice? In this article you will learn to write the perfect resume for your job request.
Concerns about air bag inflators running the risk of exploding have led GM to recall 7 million vehicles worldwide. The following article lists which vehicles are being recalled.
New legislation in California is proposing requiring police officers to complete college classes in such areas as communication, mental health, psychology and social services.
Between the 2020 election and the pandemic, emotions are running high and have the potential to make both virtual and small, in-person get togethers for Thanksgiving very volatile.
Are you a student preparing a career? Here you have some professional tips that will help you in your journey.
New policies and complications from the pandemic have led to thousands of foreign college students not going to universities in the U.S. Millions of dollars in tuition are at risk.
Hurricane Iota has strengthened into a Category 4 storm and is predicted to become a Category 5. It is on route to hit the same area of Central America as Hurricane Eta.
Government and industry officials who coordinate election cybersecurity put out a statement that they found no evidence of votes being altered or compromised in the 2020 election.
Around 500,000 unemployed individuals who are receiving benefits can now earn a college degree through the Tennessee Reconnect to Workforce partnership.