U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, made a decision on July 6 regarding international students in the U.S. that will affect far more than just the roughly 870,000 international students themselves.
National study finds 53% of Latino families are resisting pressure to go back to school this fall.
International students whose colleges and universities opt to move classes completely online for the upcoming semester will not be allowed to stay in the country, according to ICE.
Pomona’s administration was intentional with their tactics to get people off campus. As a low-income person, I cannot afford the added financial burden of a fine, much less losing my campus job.
As Cuban Grade-Schoolers Finish Their School Year Through TV-Broadcasted Lessons, University Students Sit Idle
“I’m still in contact with all the students in my class, but we’re not talking about school at all because at this moment courses have been suspended,” Eliani Matienzo said.
The Trump administration is barring most international students and all students who entered the U.S. illegally from receiving emergency college grants approved by Congress as part of nearly $2 trillion coronavirus rescue package.
We’re living, teaching, and learning in a situation many of us never seriously imagined.
As schools from elementary to university move to online or remote courses, this must only be a stop-gap measure. Now is not the time to continue with business as usual especially in the midst of a major pandemic where millions of lives may be lost and many more people are struggling to survive.
WINNSBORO, S.C. (AP) — Students struggling to get online in a rural South Carolina county received a boost last week with the arrival of six buses equipped with Wi-Fi, some of the hundreds the state has rolled out since schools were closed by the coronavirus outbreak.
La educación en tiempos de pandemia: Por qué necesitamos reducir la velocidad por el bien de la salud mental
Gracias al coronavirus, nuestro mundo ha cambiado drásticamente de un día para otro, y en este momento todos somos más vulnerables, especialmente los niños.
We need to slow down, accept that learning and the benchmarks that schools use to measure it will look different for some time to come, and most importantly check on the mental, emotional, and even spiritual well-being of our children.
Is it the reproduction of inequality
The fueling of wealth disparity
Fulfilling capitalists’ interests
An action called #lorgiafest on Twitter is meant to celebrate Lorgia García Peña’s work in the fields of Ethnic and Dominican Studies.
The letter presents a critical indictment of Harvard’s ability to properly evaluate Lorgia García Peña’s scholarship and to understand the invaluable contributions that Latinx and Ethnic Studies make to the larger academic community.
A letter already signed by over 2,000 people is demanding that the university reconsider.
Lehman College’s Latinx Student Alliance Pens Letter Demanding Diversity in English Department Curriculum
One of the demands includes “Reduction of British-focused courses.”
The Puerto Rican community is guilty of ignorance against some of the most marginalized in the world.
Graduate school in the United States is a capitalist scam.
This week, Latino USA follows 4th grade mock senators to see—can they create that pathway to citizenship for millions, and do something that our government hasn’t been able to do for over 30 years?
Place Making by Opposition: Space and Architecture as Combative Sites for Indignation-Driven Insurgency in Puerto Rico
Manifestations took the form of typical as well as atypically dramatic actions intended to show opposition to oppressive political, economic, religious, and/or educational systems/institutions.