Stories tagged: "education"


Rep Diamond
Rep. Ben Diamond Believes in ‘Common-Sense Policies That Reward Hard Work’

As he runs for Congress in 2022, the Democratic representative from Pinellas County promises to "create an economy that gives every working Floridian a fair shot at the American Dream."

Fentrice-Driskell
Rep. Fentrice Driskell: A Voice for the People in Tallahassee

The Democratic incumbent who earned an “A” in the 2021 People First Report Card for consistently voting in favor of her constituents, is up for reelection.

Darian Benitez Sanchez
Why This DACA Recipient Was Forced to Choose Harvard Over One of Arizona’s Universities

In 2006, Arizona voters passed Proposition 300, which denied undocumented students, including DACA recipients, in-state tuition rates. This law means students like him pay 50% more for tuition at Arizona public universities than other in-state residents.

Florida-Education-Guide
Lo que debes saber sobre el sistema educativo de Florida

Para quienes provienen de la isla, el sistema educativo de Florida puede resultar confuso. Aquí te lo explicamos.

Monique Ortega and her children (Photo courtesy of Monique Ortega)
New Arizona Law Will Give More Single Moms the Ability to Afford College

Parents who choose to pursue higher education full-time can now qualify for financial assistance to help cover the cost of childcare.

Jill-Biden
Jill Biden Shows Solidarity With Puerto Rico’s Teachers and Healthcare Workers

The First Lady sends compassion and support to people on the island, who have deal with great challenges from the pandemic, especially those in Guánica, which were affected by earthquakes.

latino-student-loan-forgiveness
How Latinos Could Benefit if Biden Forgives Student Loans

More Latinos are getting college degrees, but that also means they have more student loan debt and difficulty paying it off.