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Latino Dems Divided over House STEM Jobs Act

NewsTaco December 3, 2012

By Latinovations Last Friday, the House of Representatives approved the STEM Jobs Act, an immigration bill that would make 55,000 additional immigration visas available to foreigners. However, in order to expand these […]

Latinos Use Mobile Devices for Homework More than Others

Mary Mata November 29, 2012

The Dilemma Of Higher Education Facing Latinos

Mary Mata November 28, 2012

Returning Migrant Kids Pose Educational Challenge in Mexico

Mary Mata November 26, 2012

By Kent Paterson, New America Media/Frontera NorteSur In different migrant-sending regions of Mexico, educators are coping with the new challenge of teaching children of return migrants who speak little or […]

Help bring back Chicano Studies in Tucson!

Mary Mata

By Three Sonorans One of the most important parts of the federal desegregation court order on Tucson Unified School District (TUSD) is the new Unitary Status Plan (USP) which is being […]

STEM Visa Considered for a House Vote Next Week

Mary Mata November 23, 2012

By Raisa Camargo, Voxxi After the Thanksgiving break, Congressional members in the House will consider voting on a Republican-backed STEM Visa bill next week adding to their list of legislative […]

Mass. To Grant In-State Tuition To DREAMers

NewsTaco November 20, 2012

By Roque Planas, Huffington Post Latino Voices Undocumented immigrants who qualify for deferred deportation will get tuition breaks at public colleges and universities inMassachusetts. An unnamed official told The Boston […]