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Las noticias más recientes, comentarios y análisis sobre las escuelas, colegios y universidades, educación superior y más extensa en la región y noticias sobre la enseñanza y la educación superior y su problemática alrededor del mundo.

January, 2021

  • 15 January

    California presents plan to reopen schools

    -Editorial While most schools in California are closed due to COVID-19, state and local officials continue to discuss ways to reopen schools with the proper safety measures.  Governor Gavin Newsom announced the launch of transparency, accountability, and assistance measures related to the Safe Schools for All Plan. The Safe Schools for …

  • 14 January

    Elizabeth Espinoza Receives Public Relations Award

    -Editorial Elizabeth Espinoza, Imperial Valley College’s Interim Communications and Governmental Relations Officer, has been selected as “New Pro of the Year” by the San Diego and Imperial Counties Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America. The honor, one of six annual special awards from the PRSA chapter, is given …

  • 1 January

    Governor Newsom Unveils California’s Safe Schools for All Plan

    -Editorial  Governor Gavin Newsom released the State Safe Schools for All plan, California’s framework to support schools to continue operating safely in-person and to expand the number of schools safely resuming in-person instruction. Informed by growing evidence of the decreased risks and increased benefits of in-person instruction – especially for …

December, 2020

  • 16 December

    Imperial Valley College Launches New Logo

    -Editorial For decades, Imperial Valley College has been the home and community of exceptional students, faculty, classified professionals, administrators, and Trustees who all work together to help students achieve their dreams. Despite the major challenges of dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, Imperial Valley College continues to move forward and to …

November, 2020

  • 14 November

    SDSU IV Adds BA in Math & MA Homeland Security to Start Fall 2021

    -Editorial Students interested in attending San Diego State University Imperial Valley in fall 2021 will now have an even larger array of degree programs to pick from. This week, the university announced that a 4-year Mathematics Bachelor of Arts and a Homeland Security Master of Science are being added to …

  • 11 November

    Imperial County Considers Supporting ICOE for Borderlink Expansion

    -Editorial The Imperial County Board of Supervisors reviewed and discussed the next phase of the Borderlink project at their regular meeting on Nov. 10.  Dr. Todd Finnell, Imperial County Office of Education Superintendent made a presentation regarding this project to the Board of Supervisors. The board gave direction to the CEO’s office to assess the availability …

  • 2 November

    Yulil Alonso-Garza, For a Community Without Gangs

    -Editorial During this time of crisis, we’ve seen how valuable it is to be resilient, to be strong, and to be able to overcome challenges and difficult times, so on this edition, we brought the story of a very strong woman with a defined vision of the future, who cares …

October, 2020

  • 29 October

    Garage Hub Encourages Youth to Learn More About Downtown Mexicali

    -Editorial Taking advantage of the talent students have so that they know more about the history of Mexicali, an event was organized to promote the culture and history of the city. The Garage Project Hub is the innovation department of the Educational Group “September 16”; dedicated to teaching children, youth, …

  • 23 October

    Part 2. Strengthening of the culture of lawfulness 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. Following up on the article from the last edition, where we discussed the culture of lawfulness in …

  • 16 October

    Online Learning Causes Trouble for Parents

    -Editorial The long school hours are taking a toll on parents who have to dedicate their time to help their children instead of working. As innovative as they are, online classes are causing a headache to parents who have to guide their children during class and make sure they don’t …