• Smithsonian Looks to CA Community College for Latino Talent

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The Smithsonian Institution in Washington is working to recruit a new generation of Latino docents and curators, so they can help tell their community’s stories. The museum will open its new Molina Family Latino Gallery next year. Smithsonian Latino Center executive director Eduardo Diaz said he recruits interns where...
  • La “Smithsonian” Mira a un Community College de California para Talento Latino

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. — La institución Smithsonian de Washington DC busca reclutar a una nueva generación de docentes y curadores Latinos – para que puedan ayudar dando a conocer historias de su comunidad. El museo abrirá la nueva Galería Latina de la Familia Molina el próximo ano. El director ejecutivo...
  • Poll: Quality Child Care Expensive, Hard to Find in CA

    Suzanne Potter California News Service SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The child-care crunch in California is real, and advocates for families are pressing the state to make quality a priority, in addition to quantity. This fall, Gov. Gavin Newsom is set to release a long-awaited master plan for quality early care...
  • Encuesta: Cuidado infantil de calidad es caro, difícil de encontrar en CA

    Suzanne Potter California News Service SACRAMENTO, Calif. – La crisis del cuidado infantil en California es real, y los defensores de las familias están presionando al estado para que haga de la calidad una prioridad, además de la cantidad. Este otoño, el gobernador Gavin Newsom lanzará un plan maestro...
  • Cómo usar el yoga para involucrar a los niños durante el aprendizaje remoto

    La educación a distancia a tiempo completo, híbrida y complementaria se ha convertido en una parte fundamental de la educación. Esto no es solo un gran ajuste para los estudiantes; padres y maestros también enfrentan nuevos desafíos. Ya sea que esté tratando de conectarse de manera significativa con los...
  • How to use yoga to engage kids during remote learning

    Full-time, hybrid and supplemental distance learning have become a fundamental part of education. This isn’t just a big adjustment for students; parents and teachers face new challenges as well. Whether you are trying to meaningfully connect with students over Zoom, or stay engaged at home, navigating the difficulties of...
  • ¿Puede enseñar un Colegio a sus estudiantes a “Desaprender” el Racismo?

    Lily Bohlke/Alfonso López-Collada Public News Service Fort Collins, CO – En medio de protestas nacionales por la injusticia racial de las policías, muchos americanos están reexaminando sus propios prejuicios y tratando de encontrar cómo cambiarlos. Para los estudiantes de la Universidad del Estado de Colorado (Colorado State University), un...
  • Can a College Course Teach Students to ‘Unlearn’ Racism?

    FORT COLLINS, Colo. — Many Americans are asking how they can be more sensitive to members of different racial groups, a desire fueling sales of books like “How to be an Anti-racist,” and the presence of “Hate has no home here” signs in front yards. But how to achieve...
  • Student Parents Juggle Childcare, Studies as School Year Begins

    AUSTIN, Texas — Student parents have some major considerations as the new school year begins. From closed childcare centers, to nationwide computer shortages and limited broadband access in some areas, the pandemic has exacerbated the challenges. Cristina Guajardo is a resident at the Jeremiah Program in Austin, which provides lower-income single moms...

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