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September, 2020

  • 28 September

    SDSU IV exceeds enrollment records – again

    -Editorial San Diego State University Imperial Valley’s all-time record for full-time equivalent students (FTES) attending classes has been shattered this semester, according to newly released university census figures. The census shows SDSU Imperial Valley now has an FTES of 873.95, up from the record set last year at 829.  FTES …

  • 21 September


    By: Alejandro Gonzalez Over the course of this year, we have managed to implement the STEM model in teachers in order to adapt new knowledge related to science, technology, engineering and mathematics to reinforce digital tools that will boost the motivation of more children and young people to build a …

  • 20 September

    Tips for Helping Your Child Navigate (and Survive) Virtual Learning

    By: Banner Hospital It’s fall, which means it’s also back-to-school time … well, sort of. For some families across the country, back to school is taking place at home virtually on Zoom, in Google Classroom, or another platform. While this may be a temporary solution until it’s safe to go back to in-person …

  • 7 September


    – Together they will develop strategies to strengthen production houses regarding their production processes, training, education, and expansion of capacities. Ensenada, B. C.- With the objective of carrying out a joint work that strengthens the wine industry of Baja California, through the realization of academic-cultural activities; carrying out research, development, …

August, 2020

  • 31 August

    Strengthening of lawfulness culture in the educational process

    By: Terry Ahtziry Cardenas Banda, attorney and law professor. Special Collaboration: Fernando Manuel Castro Figueroa, attorney and law professor, and Dr. Marina del Pilar Olmeda García, Doctor of Law, researcher, and law professor. Dr. Roy Godson defines the culture of lawfulness as the set of beliefs, values, norms, and actions …

  • 21 August


    -Editorial A group of 4 young Cachanillas makes up the “Garage Builders” team which represented Mexico in the “Minecraft Masters Global Competition” organized by the North American School Electronic Sports Federation (NASEF) and were crowned champions, defeating teams from countries such as the United States, Egypt, Israel, and England in …

  • 19 August

    Yulil Alonso-Garza is a Candidate for IVC Board

    -Editorial Go Big or Go Home! That’s Yulil Alonso-Garza’s motto in life and she adapts it to everything she does. Yulil is running for a seat on the Imperial Valley College Board of Trustees. Alonso Garza is a teacher at Enrique Camarena Jr. High and works with students on a …

  • 19 August

    The Center for Community Media’s Border Network Convenes

    On August 11, CCM Graduate School of Journalism’s Border Network, convened for the first time, bringing a dozen community media outlets along the southern U.S. border together to discuss challenges they face in serving their audiences; consider opportunities for collaboration; and connect with legal, training, and funding resources. Outlets serving rural …

  • 17 August

    CETYS University is an example of academic continuity in the face of the New Normal

    -In a virtual chat with the media from all over the state of Baja California, the actions of CETYS before the New Normal, CETYS Flex 360 ° Model, and the success of the academic continuity were announced. Mexicali, Baja California. – As part of its commitment to the community and …

  • 15 August

    Newsom Announces Support Provided to School Districts as Fall Semester Begins

    -Editorial Governor Gavin Newsom today announced that every eligible local educational agency in California has applied for and is receiving a portion of the $5.3 billion in learning loss mitigation funds secured through the state budget he signed in June. The Governor also signed an executive order directing state agencies …