Hoy tengo el placer de darles la bienvenida a The New York Times en Español, una página diseñada para que la disfruten desde sus computadoras y teléfonos móviles. Aquí encontrarán una selección de lo mejor del New York Times traducido al español y también artículos originales.
The Peoria Public Library, like many agencies, businesses and nonprofits, is looking for ways to extend its reach to the Hispanic Community. This weekend, the library is hosting its first event specifically aimed at bringing more Latino visitors through its doors. The event will have live music, food and library card registration.
EdCentral article on how education policy is getting even less attention than usual this election season.
Education policy is getting even less attention than usual this election season. Other than some token nods to early education investments and doing something (usually vaguely-described) about student loan debt, 2016 looks to be a dormant year for education politics.
"Autógrafos de Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra" (Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra's Autograph Book) will be presented by the Royal Academy of Spanish Language in celebration of the quatercentenary of de writers's death.On January 28th, 2016, the Royal Academy of Spanish Language (RAE) will present this extraordinary publication at the "Rufino Hall" at its headquarters in Madrid, Spain.
Spanish and English, two languages forced to try to understand each other
The 7th International Congress of the Spanish Language, which will take place on March 11-18, will tackle in Puerto Rico the "coexistence" of the two languages. This year is the 400th anniversary of this twist of fate, and the debate about the coexistence of the two languages, the advantage English has in the newest technologies, the emergence of middle ways such as Spanglish or the desired bilingualism, is more alive than ever.
- Dual-Language Learning Expands With a New York School as a Model (U.S. News)
- US Student Recognized as Student Embassador of Spain at John Carroll University in Ohio
- Professors at Wagner College (New York) publish a new kind of Spanish textbook
- How Al Día, Philadelphia’s Spanish-language newspaper, is adapting to a bilingual world