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“We’re going to have dance demonstrations and contests for everyone,” said Jairo Armas, a student at Tuttle Middle School in Crawfordsville, Indiana, in an interview with the Journal Review, the local newspaper there.
Our nation is in the midst of a perfect storm — the result of the confluence of three powerful forces — that is having a considerable impact on our country. If we maintain our present policies, it is very likely that we will continue to grow apart, with greater inequity in
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To help keep girls in school and on track for success, the National Women’s Law Center and the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund went straight to the source: Latina students and the adults who work with them every day.
WASHINGTON - NASA has tweeted in space, but now one of its astronauts will tweet what no one has tweeted in orbit before: He’ll be sending his Twitter updates in Spanish as well as English.
As might be expected, many of the "50 Most Important Hispanics in Technology and Business" are engineers, many of whom repeat here from last year. Engineers, modern wizards whose scientific mastery drives American industrial progress, are the people who create America's wealth. But not all of the "50 Most" are engineers.
There aren't too many people out there who have never in their lives dreamed, or at least wondered, what it's like to travel in space. It's a fascination that most of us have felt as children, sometimes even as grownups. I know that I, for one, have often felt it.
Clueless in America
By BOB HERBERT
Published: April 22, 2008
We don’t hear a great deal about education in the presidential campaign. It’s much too serious a topic to compete with such fun stuff as Hillary tossing back a shot of whiskey, or Barack rolling a gutter ball.
En la agencia aeroespacial, actualmente trabajan 181 puertorriqueños, en su mayoría en cargos de alto rango.