With more than 50,000 artifacts, history teacher Keil Hileman has turned his classroom into a time-machine, where each object carries a distinct story.
“The civil rights issues of the past are not over, and we want to encourage all Americans to own this history.”
César Maldonado created a Mariachi foundation for Chicago schoolkids. The group's debut album, 'Nuestra Herencia,' landed a Latin Grammy nomination.
Afro-Cuban composer Tania León discusses her work in progress, the opera "The Little Rock Nine" about the seminal civil rights event 60 years ago. A preview will be performed Monday.
The transition to college is a whole new thing. We asked Latino professors to share their wisdom, experience and practical advice for incoming students.
Students at P.S. 264 in Brooklyn, New York used personal stories to write an original musical on immigration.
The 34-year-old Grammy nominee offered to pay more than $20,000 in student loans for a dozen of her Twitter followers on one condition: They must have straight A's.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Wednesday aimed at decreasing the role of the federal government in education.
100 African-American college students are headed to the famed SXSW festival today courtesy of the Opportunity Ecosystem founders.
One of life’s certainties is that job interviews are nerve-wracking. But are job seekers prepared for the tough questions that may be coming their way?