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The San Joaquin Valley has a high poverty rate and persistent challenges with academic achievement, college access, and college attainment for its students.
Class Rules challenges the popular myth that American high schools are “the great equalizers” and demonstrates how these schools create enduring inequality through their socialization processes.
AIR has worked closely with the National Institutes of Health to provide lay audiences with science-based, plain-language information related to heart, lung and blood diseases and conditions and sleep disorders.
In 2009, Latinos accounted for 20 percent of new HIV infections while representing about 16 percent of the total U.S. population. Detengamos juntos el VIH™, the Spanish version of the previously launched Let’s Stop HIV Together campaign, comes with new campaign materials targeting Hispanics between 18 and 44, including people living with HIV/AIDs, and friends and family of those affected by HIV and other stakeholders.
The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) Fast Facts website originated from a list of questions frequently asked of NCES and was started as a resource for the general public for brief, yet up-to-date, education facts.