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DIECIOCHO Podcast – Tony Diaz, El Librotraficante on Arizona’s Mexican-American Studies Ban

Victor Landa July 18, 2017

By Victor Landa, NewsTaco  The trial to turn back a ban on Mexican-American studies in Arizona schools has entered its second week. This is the latest in a chain of […]

Texas High Schoolers Rise Against Anti-Immigrant SB 4 Law

Victor Landa July 15, 2017

New Study Finds Latino Parents Feel Strongly Against Using Student Loans to Afford College

NewsTaco June 19, 2017

Latinos tend to look on the sunny side, including about education

NewsTaco June 12, 2017

*There are two ways to think about challenges: you can either remain positive and find a solution, or you can feel forgotten and elect an unprepared president. U.S. Latinos choose […]

How Trump’s policies can stall advances in Latino higher education

NewsTaco May 25, 2017

*This is worth reading for the sake of going beyond the Tweets to see how the Trumpian proposals will affect us in our daily lives. Planning on going to college? […]

Another Way That Teachers Matter For Latino Kids

NewsTaco May 23, 2017

*Science tells us that ethnic and racial minority kids do better in more diverse schools. The question before us is if the educational leadership in the White House believes in […]

Awareness of controversial Arizona immigration law influenced male students’ classroom behavior

NewsTaco May 22, 2017

*Take this as a microcosm of the effect that Trumpism will have on Latino children. There is palpable fear and anxiety in schools, the kids are being affected. VL NewsTaco […]