Education

Getting in Tune with Mariachi Music

January 9, 2011
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Tweet By Linda Woo Reprinted with permission from the Washington Education Association. Just a mile from downtown Wenatchee, 90 students gather daily to create and hone the music of the majority of their elders’ homeland. They get numerous invitations to play in community events, games and grand openings. They pick up awards, Spanish, and along the […]

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Nati Cano’s Contributions To Education Of Hispanic Youth

March 21, 2010

It seems appropriate that since, this year, the The 28th Annual Tucson (AZ) International Mariachi Conference is celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Los Camperos de Nati Cano, that we take an up-close-and-personal look at the contributions that the founder of this universally acclaimed ‘giant of the mariachi genre’ has made to further the education of Hispanic youth.

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Guide to Scholarships for New Americans and Minorities

March 4, 2010

Tweet I recently came across this brochure from the DFW International Community Alliance titled “Guide to Scholarships for New Americans and Minorities“. This is a great compilation of scholarships for minorities and I think that it is very important to share that information in this blog because as Hispanics most of us or our children […]

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