A total of 368 teachers in the San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) announced that they are leaving their jobs to find more affordable accomodations and better pay to accomodate housing expenses.
The nonprofit College Success Foundation (CSF) recently issued a survey which found that many “low-income, B-average students who received scholarships to college” had, after graduation, landed good jobs, volunteered in their communities, and expected their children to go to college, too.
Segregation in schools took a turn in 1947 in the Mendez vs. Westminster School District of Orange County, when Mendez, et al challenged the constitutionality of separate schools for Mexican students. This case would later provide the framework for Brown vs. Board of Education and desegregation in the state and across the nation.
According to the latest data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, numerous metro areas throughout the U.S. offer lucrative opportunities for professionals in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM).
For the last year and especially now, foreign students who were considering applying for universities in the United States are expressing fear and uncertainty in attending a school in a country that will be led by President-elect Trump.
This past Sunday, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo re-introduced a plan for the state to pay for college courses for inmates, this time financed through the $7.5 million in criminal forfeiture funds from the reserves of Manhattan district attorney Cyrus R. Vance Jr. and matching private donations.