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Second Meeting of Poets and Arts, "Letters in the Sea" in Puerto Vallarta

A score of poets from around the world will meet from the 2nd to the 5th of May in Puerto Vallarta, presented by the Chair Hugo Gutiérrez Vega "The Cultural journalism and literature" in order to further promote world peace.
Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco | Saturday April 28th, 2012

Time to Release turtles

From June to November, sea turtles arrive on the shores of Banderas Bay at Cabo Corrientes and Puerto Vallarta, to spawn and have their hatchlings 45 days later emerge to be released into the sea.
Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco | Friday April 27th, 2012

2011 a year of challenges and opportunities: Max Greig

2011, year of achievements and results for the Centro Universitario de la Costa, so Dr. Maximilian Andrew Greig said, rector of the highest seat of learning to perform its second report of activities which highlighted the challenges that tested the will, creativity and dynamism, earning it the strengthening of actions that resulted in great satisfaction with the results generated from the commitment of the university community.
Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco | Monday April 23rd, 2012

College of Education and Technology receives student philanthropy award
The Hays Daily News

Faculty members from the College of Education and Technology at FHSU spent the last two summers in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, working with non-English speaking elementary school students in an effort to improve the quality of instruction of English and technology.
Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco | Thursday April 12th, 2012

The Assault on Autonomous Education in Southeast Mexico
Jessica Davies

Before the Zapatistas set up their own education system, many communities had no schools at all. Others had poorly-funded, and run, government schools, many of which had teachers irregularly, if at all. Often, lessons were not taught in the communities’ indigenous languages, nor were they based on the local customs and traditions. The children had to wear uniform.[1] So, “we decided to set up our own autonomous schools”.
México | Wednesday November 16th, 2011

Serpent-Studded Aztec Artifact Found on Quest for Emperor's Tomb

Archaeologists found a round Aztec ceremonial platform studded with stone carvings of serpent heads at Mexico City's Templo Mayor ruin, raising hopes in the search for an emperor's tomb, authorities said Thursday.
Distrito Federal | Friday October 7th, 2011

ASU, Mexico school team on Latin American sustainability institute

Arizona State University and Tecnologico de Monterrey will partner on a Latin American office of the Global Institute of Sustainability, an effort designed to bring more focus to the institute.
Ciudad de Mexico, Distrito Federal | Thursday October 6th, 2011

Microsoft opens tech center in Mexico

Microsoft has inaugurated its first technology center in Latin America, a facility in this capital that will be used to train around 2,300 software developers.
Distrito Federal | Thursday October 6th, 2011

Lack of Safety and Security Creates Mexican Education Crisis

For three weeks, thousands of students in the old Mexican resort of Acapulco have gone without classes. Their schools remain shut by an atypical teachers' strike that has ground much of the educational system to a halt.
México | Monday September 26th, 2011

Uphill battle for Mexican schools

The educational system in Mexico shares some key similarities and differences with its northern counterparts, according to Mexicali’s CETYS University President Fernando León-García.
México | Monday September 26th, 2011

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