Education

Friendly House will host 5th Annual Youth Fair
 April 20, 2016  Editor

Friendly House will host 5th Annual Youth Fair

Phoenix, Arizona. April 20. Friendly House will be hosting their 5th Annual Youth Fair with the objective of supporting participants who are embarking on career…

Goya Foods Offers $20,000 Culinary Arts Scholarship To Four Students Nationwide
 January 8, 2016  Editor

Goya Foods Offers $20,000 Culinary Arts Scholarship To Four Students Nationwide

January 08. Goya’s Culinary Arts Scholarship is available on a competitive basis to students entering an accredited two-year or four-year institution. Scholarships are in the…

Unique partnership between ASU, Mexico helps train English teachers
 August 15, 2015  Editor

Unique partnership between ASU, Mexico helps train English teachers

Tempe, Arizona. August 15. (ASU NEWS). In what is the first-ever partnership between an American university and the Mexican Ministry of Public Education, 194 English…

2015 Bigger Than Borders, Symposium & Scholarship Drive presented by Rancho Feliz
 May 5, 2015  Editor

2015 Bigger Than Borders, Symposium & Scholarship Drive presented by Rancho Feliz

PROGRAM: • SHORT FILM SCREENING “30 Years on the Border” By Emmy Award winning filmmaker, Kristin Atwell-­‐Ford • PANEL DISCUSSION “Education, Immigration and the future…

Arizona Department of Education Announces Online Certification Portal
 April 4, 2015  Editor

Arizona Department of Education Announces Online Certification Portal

Phoenix, Arizona, april 04. The Arizona Department of Education announced the release of a public certification portal, which will allow members of the public to verify…

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Nearly Half of America’s Families With Young Children Struggle to Make Ends Meet

Nearly Half of America’s Families With Young Children Struggle to Make Ends Meet

BALTIMORE, Nov 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/  With almost half the nation’s young children growing up in low-income households, a new report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation calls for a comprehensive effort to lift kids out of poverty. The report focuses on the importance of delivering high-quality early childhood education while simultaneously providing parents with access to […]

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Back to Class: 10 Money-Saving Tips on Textbooks From the College Store

Back to Class: 10 Money-Saving Tips on Textbooks From the College Store

Aug. 19, 2014. With the cost of a year’s worth of required course materials averaging $638*, college students constantly seek ways to save money when it comes to textbooks. But they may risk not getting the materials they need to succeed in time for the start of classes by purchasing online or forgoing books for […]

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2+2=What? Parents rail against Common Core math

2+2=What? Parents rail against Common Core math

May 2014. An Iowa woman jokingly calls it “Satan’s handiwork.”A California mom says she’s broken down in tears. A Pennsylvania parent says it “makes my blood boil.” What could be so horrible? Grade-school math. As schools around the U.S. implement national Common Core learning standards, parents trying to help their kids with math homework say […]