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As Gangs Move In on Mexico’s Schools, Teachers Say ‘Enough’

The message is delivered by a phone call to the office of one school, a sheaf of photocopied papers dropped off at another, a banner hung outside a third.
México | Monday September 26th, 2011

Marking the autumnal equinox in the ancient world

Sometime around September 23 each year, Earth reaches the autumnal equinox, the point when the sun stands directly above the Equator and daylight and dark are roughly equal.
International | Friday September 23rd, 2011

Students maintain their cultural identity
Rodrigo Andrade

Many Fresno State students will try to reconnect to their culture by attending the Guelaguetza this Sunday at Roosevelt High School.
International | Friday September 23rd, 2011

More monarch butterflies will be seen as they make their move to Mexico
Vicki Kohli

A monarch's migration is precipitated by seasonal changes. The two most influential changes seem to be the decrease in the length of daylight and cooler temperatures.
México | Friday September 23rd, 2011

UNT Dallas will host ¡Adelante! event for Hispanic parents

The University of North Texas at Dallas will serve as a host site for ¡Adelante! Con Los Padres, a free seminar on how Hispanic parents can prepare their children for success through education. The seminar will take place Sept. 24 from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
International | Friday September 16th, 2011 Releases the 1930 Mexico National Census to Open Gateway for Hispanic Family History Research, the world's largest online family history resource, today announced a significant addition to its growing collection of online Mexican and Hispanic historical records. With nearly 13 million records, the newly available 1930 Mexico National Census (El Quinto Censo General de Poblacion y Vivienda 1930, Mexico) is the most comprehensive historical Mexican census available online.
International | Friday September 16th, 2011

US, Mexico make contact regarding oldest active 'MIA' case
Philip Grey

The Departments of Defense and State have established the first formal contacts with Mexican authorities regarding the case of 11 sets of remains — believed to be American soldiers — dating from the Mexican-American War of 1846-1848.
México | Friday September 16th, 2011

How to Fix a Failing School? In Mexico, Work at an Ant's Pace for Big Change
Sara Vogel

Juan Carlos and Gustavo's school is one of the lowest performing public secondary schools in Mexico. Over half of its students failed the national standardized exam for three years in a row. I was there to help a team of people from a program within the Mexican ministry of education initiate a turnaround.
México | Wednesday September 14th, 2011

Commentary: Latin American schools are expelling gifted students
Andres Oppenheimer

Andrew Almazán, the 16-year-old Mexican who has just received his psychology degree and is scheduled to finish medical school in two years, told me something in an interview last week that I wasn’t aware of: Millions of exceptionally talented youngsters in Latin America are being pushed out of public schools for lack of gifted-student programs.
México | Sunday September 11th, 2011

Sonoran firefighters use puppets to tout safety
Nogales International

Volunteer firefighters from Nogales, Sonora are teaching children preventative fire safety with the help of puppets that are based on local firefighting heroes.
International | Sunday September 4th, 2011

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