In this issue of Hispanic Outlook we:
· Explore Arts and Humanities by Featuring Latino Slam Poets as Well as Arts, Education and Hispanics
· Present Innovations in Education at the University of Southern California Center for Urban Education Where They Use Data and Scorecards to Achieve Equity and Improve Graduation Rates
· Shine a Spotlight on Orlando Youth Programs at Universal Orlandotm Where the Theme Parks Are Turned Into Interactive Learning Experiences and Disneyworld Premieres a New Youth Education Series. We Also Detail Various Orlando Area Art Programs
· Give Honors and Ovations to Nyc Students’ Books That Were Honored by the New York City Department of Education and the Ezra Jack Keats Foundation. We Also Tell the Story of a Mexican Immigrant Daughter Who Won International Art Honors Representing the U.s. For Her Vision of Peace, the “liberty to Move Freely” and Proudly Announce the 2017 Recipients of the Kennedy Center/stephen Sondheim Inspirational Teacher Awards
· Spread the News Through Our School Newspaper About the Mellon Foundation Funding Case Studies on Diversity to Guide Art Museum Leadership, Michigan State Museum’s Cultural Influences and the $25 Million Gift the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill Art Museum Received.
· And Review the Works of Alma Flor Ada and Other Titles Exploring Higher Education and Hispanic Culture at Our School Library: