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Girls and Coding

Girls and Coding

At the White House Champions of Change for Computer Science Education Andrea Chaves /U.S. Dept. of Education “You can’t be what you can’t see.” This is a common expression that, perhaps like me, you’ve heard many times. For the girls at the...
Tech Shifts Student Learning

Tech Shifts Student Learning

StatePoint For the last decade, there have been great shifts in the ways students study and learn, as education companies have developed new digital learning platforms. Educators say that content is more engaging and interactive now, and the benefits...
Review: Crimson Peak

Review: Crimson Peak

“The horror was for love” Arturo Hilario/ El Observador “Crimson Peak”, Guillermo Del Toro’s newest original project that takes place in Victorian era Buffalo, is a beautiful gothic romance film that must be seen and experienced. It’s 1887...
Santa Clara Intel Finalist Students

Santa Clara Intel Finalist Students

Santa Clara County students named as finalists in Intel Science Talent Search SAN JOSE, CA – Five high school seniors from Santa Clara County have been selected as finalists in this year’s Intel Science Talent Search, the nation’s oldest and most...
Finding a Scholarship

Finding a Scholarship

StatePoint College is expensive, and while families should focus on saving what they can, students should not forget to apply to the wealth of scholarships available nationwide. Millions of scholarships, worth billions of dollars are awarded annually....
5 Resources to Plan Your Education

5 Resources to Plan Your Education

Veronica T. Avendaño / El OBSERVADOR The college process can be a little daunting for both parents and students alike. Sometimes the best resources just aren’t advertised, or on-campus help is limited. With the growing changes in education, like the...
Dear Friends

Dear Friends

San Jose / California During Catholic Schools Week 2016, we are called to be mindful of the desire of Pope Francis that this year be marked as a special Holy Year of Mercy.  In his letter announcing this year, the Holy Father reminded us that Jesus Christ...
Avoid Easy Internships

Avoid Easy Internships

Matt Stewart / College Works Best Career Advice For Students: Ambitious College Students Have the Advantage Although young job seekers with only a high school degree are in even worse shape, recent college graduates have entered a grim job market. The...
¿Cual escuela?

¿Cual escuela?

NAPSM Una nueva encuesta de hispanoamericanos encontró que los padres latinos no sólo se preocupan inmensamente sobre la educación de sus hijos sino que además están más abiertos a  reformas educativas, más que el estado unidense promedio. El...
Tech Ed for The Underrepresented

Tech Ed for The Underrepresented

Dept. of Education White House and Department of Labor Launch $100 Million TechHire Grant Competition Including $50 Million for Young Americans Last week the U.S. Chief Technology Officer Megan Smith, Cabinet Secretary and Chair of the My Brother’s...

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