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Obama’s Free Community College Plan Could Give 9 Million a Tuition Break

Obama’s Free Community College Plan Could Give 9 Million a Tuition Break

By Sarah Cooke NerdWallet President Barack Obama unveiled an ambitious plan Friday to offer two years of free community college for “those willing to work for it.” It’s a huge shift in policy and part of an administration effort to make college as universal as high school is today. Whether it will go anywhere in

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California Law Schools Aim to Attract Hispanics, Other Minorities

By Natalie Gross Latino Ed Beat Six law schools in California are boosting their efforts to increase diversity in the legal profession, providing financial-aid counseling, admission-test prep and application-fee waivers, among other services, to students at 24 community colleges. The initiative, “Pathway to Law School,” targets community colleges with large minority populations, including Rio Hondo

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Preserving Latino History in East Harlem with Augmented Reality

By Geoff Montes Preservation Nation A type of digital imaging technology known as augmented reality (AR) is playing a starring role in an upcoming initiative that documents the Caribbean and Latino history of East Harlem in New York City. The project is called Mi Querido Barrio (“My Beloved Neighborhood”), and is the brainchild of Dr.

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