CDC: Unvaccinated Essential Workers to Go Through “Education and Counseling”

CDC: Unvaccinated Essential Workers to Go Through "Education and Counseling"

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Rochelle Walensky said during an interview that there is a plan to get unvaccinated essential workers into "education and counseling" in hopes that they would feel comfortable getting vaccinated.
Idaho Senate OKs Bill Banning Critical Race Theory in Public Schools

Idaho Senate OKs Bill Banning Critical Race Theory in Public Schools

The Idaho Senate has approved a bill that will ban critical race theory from being included in the curriculum of the state's public schools.
School bus

Florida Education Department Orders Schools to Re-open in August

The Florida Department of Education (DOE) issued an executive order on Monday for schools to reopen for at least five days a week starting August.
Computer

New-Collar Skills Now Taught Online for Free to Hire Digital-Driven Workers Thanks to IBM’s P-Tech

Technology companies are now looking to employ people in their offices for “new-collar jobs”, or workloads that do not require a college degree.
National Teacher Appreciation Week: Appreciating and Honoring Our Teachers

National Teacher Appreciation Week: Appreciating and Honoring Our Teachers

It is National Teacher Appreciation Week. Express how much you appreciate the sacrifices and hard work of your teachers. Read on to appreciate them more.
More Latin Americans in the U.S. Complete Their Education

More Latin Americans in the U.S. Are Degree Holders

A comprehensive data analysis by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) revealed that more Latin Americans in the United States have completed their education in the past decade.
Education leaders of University of Texas at Austin are now discussing to address the problems of Latino and Hispanic professors.

Latino Professors at University of Texas at Austin Face Wage Inequality

Education leaders at the University of Texas at Austin are now discussing ways to address the problems of Latino and Hispanic professors.

Selena's Life and Legacy Will Be Taught in San Diego University This 2020

Tejano Music Icon Selena Quintanilla's legacy and Latino representation will be taught at San Diego State University this 2020.

Alumni Commemorates 50th Year of Chicano Student Walkouts in Texas

Scholars, activists, students and alumni remembered the massive Chicano student walkouts that transpired 50 years ago.
Business Shadows

Education Does Not Guarantee Latinas Equal Pay

Regardless of their educational attainment, Latinas are deprived from receiving equal pay compared to their non-Hispanic, white male counterparts.
Diversity Makes All Students Feel Safer

Diversity Makes All Kids Feel Safer

Students of all backgrounds are more accepting of others when they attend a diverse school.
Ten propsective students are on the chopping block for what they thought were private comments.

Harvard Revoked Admissions Offers to 10 Students For Sharing Racist Memes

One joke in particular referred to a hypothetical hanging of a Mexican child as "piñata time."
Puerto Rico flag parade

Puerto Rico Education Secretary: Debt Crisis Rapidly Affecting Children's Health, Safety, Education Experience

In a message to Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, R-Wisc., Puerto Rico Education Secretary Rafael Roman Melendez further made the case about the commonwealth’s debt crisis and the impact on children’s education.
Dolly Elizondo

TURNOUT: Latina Congressional Candidate Dolly Elizondo Hopes to Break Glass Ceiling in Lone Star State

There has never been a Latina from Texas elected to the U.S. Congress, and Dolly Elizondo is campaigning to break that glass ceiling for the Lone Star State while championing the issues of education and immigration.
John Kasich

John Kasich on the Issues

Although not as well-known as his fellow GOP presidential hopefuls, John Kasich, the current governor of Ohio, has been quietly rising in the polls.
Barack Obama

Obama's 2017 Education Budget: $70 Billion Plan Helps Minority, Low Income Students

According to President Barack Obama, real opportunities begin with education, and it's among his key plans for the $4.1 trillion 2017 fiscal year budget.
Advertisement
Real Time Analytics