Divulgando la cultura en dos idiómas.

Wonderful World: Discover Amsterdam

By Tom Sawyer Welcome tourists! In this edition, we will talk about Amsterdam, the Netherlands, the capital of a neighboring European country of Germany and Belgium, and which its name is often confused by people who do not live in it. Its foundation dates from 1275, has less than 1 million citizens, while its metropolitan […]

Low Hispanic teacher rate a growing concern

Katherine Diaz As the number of Hispanics continues to grow, Kansas City area schools are trying to address a growing concern nationwide: a racial diversity gap among teachers. A 2016 U.S. Department of Education report found that, in 2012, 51 percent of all American elementary and secondary public-school students were white, and 82 percent of […]

Deported parents could lose children to adoption

By Angie Baldelomar Because of holes in the immigration system, state court judges are granting custody of migrant children to American families, without notifying their parents, a recent Associated Press (AP) investigation revealed. The risk of this happening has grown exponentially, with hundreds of parents deported thousands of miles away. The “zero-tolerance” immigration crackdown of […]