Thursday, February 22, 2024

Tag: Education

Change the narrative on book banning: A Miami educator pushes back

This story is part of How we know what we know: An investigative series. Navia Gomez was asked to remove a book titled “All Are Welcome”...

Hispanic children are helpless against social media

This story is first part of How we know what we know: An investigative series. Like wolves attacking a herd of lambs, the internet’s lawless...

Navigating the new normal: teachers reflect on the post-pandemic

The bell rings, marking the end of the day at an elementary school in Kendall. As kids file out of the classroom, Vivian Gil,...

Open Table looks into teachers’ lives during the teacher shortage (includes...

At the beginning of summer 2022, many schools revealed a difficult situation. The staff and more importantly, teachers resigned from their jobs, leaving more...

Pell Grant program turns 50 as advocates seek to double it

Amid increasing tuition costs and advocates calling for aid increases, the federal Pell Grant program has made it possible for over 80 million Americans...

MOCA helps students with their artistic careers for free

The MOCA Teen Art Force program is helping teenagers develop their skills and build a professional portfolio, for free, in North Miami.  It is located...

Did incoming college students affect COVID-19 cases on campus? (includes multimedia...

When universities opened in fall 2021, many faculty members, staff, and students were concerned. Many universities encouraged vaccinations but did not demand them. Although...

The difficulties and challenges of working while being a college student...

Being a college student can be a rewarding and fun experience, but for many students, the cost of tuition requires them to work while...

Miami Beach residents fight for the future of the North Shore...

Miami Beach residents hope to be heard before the city decides the future of the North Shore Library and its parking lots to the...

This bridge may well lead to success for many college students

Ryan Levy was frustrated. It took him 11 years and four majors to finish college. He and several other recent local college graduates noticed peers...