Apparently, the Bay Area, as well as the whole state for that matter, has a shortage of Spanish teachers. California has fallen behind the rest of the nation in per-pupil spending for public education. California’s public middle schools have struggled to fund electives such as arts, music, and foreign-language classes. According to educators at Oakland […]
According to statistics from the Hispanic National Bar Association (HNBA), Hispanics make up 18 percent of the population, but male Hispanics comprise about four percent of U.S. lawyers and Latinas account for less than two percent of American lawyers. Erica V. Mason, president of the HNBA, states, It is a huge problem, and it has […]
The first in-state tuition hike in seven years at the University of California took effect this incoming school year and a big chunk of that new money will go to pay for the faculty’s increasingly generous retirements. Last year, more than 5,400 UC retirees received pensions over $100,000. In comparison, someone without a pension would […]
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