Tag Archives: children

Latino kids more likely to ask about online privacy

Up to 70% of teens from 12-17 years old seek out advice about online privacy, according to a study from the Pew Internet Center. They… more

Biovideo captures the emotions of life’s first moments

Mothers Day 2013 may have passed but one San Antonio-based company is finding a way to celebrate Moms and their newborns every single day of… more

Latino, black boys score lowest on math, science tests

A new study published in Psychology of Women Quarterly found that Latino and African American males scored the lowest on 10th grade math and science… more

Study: No such thing as the Latino vote, Latinos critical to economy

A recent data set released by the Pew Research Hispanic Center allows us to look at the dominance of the Mexican vote, the crawl to… more

Study: Latinos continue to grow, Mexicans continue to dominate

A massive amount of data from the Pew Research Hispanic Center has been released for statistic junkies, dataphiles and anyone else to analyze. In this… more

Latinos can solve the STEM shortage in the U.S.

By Hope Gillette, Voxxi Economists agree – science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education is critical to the future success of the United States. Yet… more

Digital media on wheels: the Mobile Film Classroom

Mobile Film Classroom is a non-profit organization with the aim of providing digital media instruction to the underserved children of Los Angeles County. Using a… more

UT Austin’s new admissions policy hurts Latinos

Only Texas seniors in the top 7% of their graduating class will be guaranteed admission to the University of Texas at Austin for the summer/fall… more

Texas’ prosperity depends on success of Latino students

By Dr. Roberto R. Calderón, Associate Professor of History at the University of North Texas Texas’s future Latino majority is already reflected in its known… more

Profile of Luz Rivas, engineering educator

There was a really cool profile of a Latina engineer in STEMinist this week, Luz Rivas currently works as an engineering educator at Iridescent. She… more

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