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viernes, 19 de septiembre de 2014

A Shockingly Low Percentage of Americans Believe a College Education Is Important

A Shockingly Low Percentage of Americans Believe a College Education Is Important
 - According to the 46th annual PDK-Gallup poll, which surveys the nation's views on education, only 44 percent of Americans are convinced that going ...




Where income inequality has fallen the fastest in America

Where income inequality has fallen the fastest in America
 - And recently, he's presided over something of a triumph: the biggest reduction in income inequality over the past five years, among counties with more ...

The minefield of American racism

The minefield of American racism
 - Santorum cited a CDC report that shows the poverty rate for married families in America is five percent, but 40 percent for single-mother families.

African economies have grown and so has poverty

African economies have grown and so has poverty
 - We cannot and should never forget that an American president or government, a British Prime Minister, monarchy or government did not rescue ...

Syrian Refugees Increasingly Starting New Lives in Latin America

Syrian Refugees Increasingly Starting New Lives in Latin America
 - camps; this is proving problematic for many in both the native and Syrian populations. Initially, few appeared to consider Latin America an option.

Colombia students lose day a week due to disorganized teachers

Colombia students lose day a week due to disorganized teachers
 - Part of the problem is the education institutions in Latin America, which are not critical enough in their selection of teachers, the World Bank said.

Hispanic, Latino, Chicano, American? A Dilemma of Identity

Hispanic, Latino, Chicano, American? A Dilemma of Identity
 - People of all nationalities joined together during an immigration march in ... Close to 48% of the county's 10 million residents are Hispanic or Latino, ...

Race and Place in America

Race and Place in America
 - The average African-American lives in a neighborhood where the share of ... So, race is part of the problem of living together but so is economic and ...