I’m First: The Inspiring Journey of a First-Generation Latina Graduate
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I’m First: The Inspiring Journey of a First-Generation Latina Graduate

I’m First: The Inspiring Journey of a First-Generation Latina Graduate 26-year-old Melissa Mora takes us through the emotional journey of a first-generation graduate. Melissa is one of seven…

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Hispanic Heritage Month 2017 | Ashford University
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Hispanic Heritage Month 2017 | Ashford University

Hispanic Heritage Month 2017 | Ashford University https://www.ashford.edu/ Hispanic Heritage Month is from September 15-October 15. This year, the PAWs team interviewed Dr. John Chavez, Student Advisor at…

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What It’s Like Growing Up Undocumented In America
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What It’s Like Growing Up Undocumented In America

What It’s Like Growing Up Undocumented In America If you want to help, you can find your representative in Congress and call them: https://whoismyrepresentative.com

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How to build healthy habits for the school year and beyond
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How to build healthy habits for the school year and beyond

How to build healthy habits for the school year and beyond Bells are ringing across the country as kids settle into classrooms for a year full of fun,…

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Children Investigating Science with Parents Afterschool (CHISPA)
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Children Investigating Science with Parents Afterschool (CHISPA)

Children Investigating Science with Parents Afterschool (CHISPA) Funded by the National Science Foundation and Freddie Mac, CHISPA introduces more than 700 Latino youth and families to STEM disciplines…

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The ABCs of back-to-school budgeting
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The ABCs of back-to-school budgeting

The ABCs of back-to-school budgeting It’s natural to pack all you can into those few precious summer months, but inevitably they’re gone before you know it. As summer…

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Bridging the summer learning gap: Travel and education
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Bridging the summer learning gap: Travel and education

Bridging the summer learning gap: Travel and education “The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page.” — Saint Augustine The benefits…

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Committed to care: Higher education institutions pledge dedication to student success
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Committed to care: Higher education institutions pledge dedication to student success

Committed to care: Higher education institutions pledge dedication to student success The future of higher education is often the subject of debate; what constitutes a valuable education for…

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Softchoice Grows Opportunities to Support Schools in Need via Its 2017 POWER UP Program
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Softchoice Grows Opportunities to Support Schools in Need via Its 2017 POWER UP Program

Softchoice Grows Opportunities to Support Schools in Need via Its 2017 POWER UP Program Teachers of Nathaniel Hawthorne Elementary in Dallas tell their story of winning a 2016…

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Ballet Hispánico School of Dance: Los Pasitos Early Childhood Program
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Ballet Hispánico School of Dance: Los Pasitos Early Childhood Program

Ballet Hispánico School of Dance: Los Pasitos Early Childhood Program At the School of Dance, students learn in a nurturing and disciplined environment, discover dance as a language…

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