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Many Youth Defer Applying for Deferred Deportation Program Until After Election

Aug 27, 2012

  NEW YORK, N.Y.--Thousands of young undocumented immigrants formed long lines at help-centers and churches across the United States last Wednesday to start their process of gaining temporary legal status, under President Obama’s new program to defer deportations for many...

From Tijuana, Ex Dreamer Calls for Immigration Reform

Aug 25, 2012

Photo: Nancy Landa on her 2004 graduation from California State University, Northridge. LOS ANGELES--Nancy Landa was working in the public sector at a California organization that fateful September in 2009, when she was 29. She had graduated with honors in...

The City, Standing Behind City College

Aug 24, 2012

Ed. Note: The start of fall courses at City College of San Francisco was greeted with large protests, as students, faculty and supporters gathered to denounce cuts, fee hikes and a looming threat to shut down California’s largest community college....

Healthier Meals Await Oakland Students Returning to School

Aug 22, 2012

BERKELEY, Calif. – Jennifer Le Barre, Oakland Unified School District’s nutrition services director, vows that students in Oakland’s public school will know what a fresh peach is when they pick it up.Le Barre was speaking at a news briefing here...

Vouchers No Quick Fix for Disabled Students in Louisiana

Aug 20, 2012

NEW ORLEANS, LA. -- Last April, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal signed a new voucher program considered to be the most sweeping in the country. For years, Louisiana's children have been scoring below their peers in other states on reading and...

Louisiana's Voucher Program Fails Disabled Students

Aug 20, 2012

NEW ORLEANS, LA. -- Last April, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal signed a new voucher program considered to be the most sweeping in the country. For years, Louisiana's children have been scoring below their peers in other states on reading and...

Ask Angy, America’s First Undocumented Youth Advice Column

Aug 16, 2012

 Life is difficult for undocumented youth in ways that most of us have never had to consider. The frustrations of being trapped and defined by your status and the inability to fulfill your potential can seem insurmountable. In 2010 Ask...

Student ID Cards Far From Sure Ticket to the Voting Booth

Aug 15, 2012

  Morehouse College students can use their ID cards to buy food and school supplies, use computer labs and get books from the library, but they can’t use ID from the historic Atlanta school to vote. A few miles away, Georgia...

Fresno's Efforts to Address High Number of School Dropouts

Aug 14, 2012

As California’s fourth largest school district, Fresno Unified has recently begun revamped efforts to address its high number of school dropouts. The district is using approaches that involve listening to different individuals in the community, including experts in education-related fields...

At Central Valley School, A Recipe for Success

Aug 02, 2012

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. – With the beginning of the school year fast approaching, parents and students alike are gearing up for new classrooms, new teachers and, for many, new struggles. But for one school in California’s Central Valley, meeting those challenges...

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