Gina Garcia, a leading scholar on Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSI), spoke Nov. 21 in the Ludwick Center Sacred Space to discuss what it means to be a Hispanic Serving Institution and how a new approach to measuring an institution’s overall success can better reflect HSIs.
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Starting in 2023, middle- and high school students in California will start their school days later thanks to a law signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom last month.
When high schools throughout California were surveyed on the rate of suicidal ideation among their student population in 2017, the high percentages caused many districts to take a look at what they could do to better help their students. Collecting this data is crucial if districts want to ensure their students are mentally healthy and […]
Ensuring students are well fed while they earn an education should be a top priority for any public school, but this is not the case for public schools in Rhode Island.
Carlotta Outley Brown, the principal of James Madison High School in Houston, Texas, has implemented a dress code policy for parents of enrolled students as of April 9.
A proposed state law would require school districts to restrict cell phone use during school hours.
Professor Emeritus of Claremont School of Theology and Claremont Graduate University John Cobb talked about the difference between the intellectual university and the scholarly university and his dream for what the nature of education should be at the annual Fasnacht Lecture Wednesday.
La Fetra College of Education’s Center for Educational Equity and Intercultural Research held a conference about introducing more diversity into high school and higher education curricula Saturday in the Campus Center Ballroom.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom hopes to let some community college students off the hook for tuition for two full years.
A new assembly bill could require California public schools to implement full-day kindergarten programs by the year 2021.