Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton is visiting Mexico City this week on a commercial mission, followed by business and community leaders from Arizona.
Mexican students beginning this fall semester at New Mexico State University are getting a big break on tuition. The school has slashed their out-of-state rate by half.
Part 4: Betsy Harter has been guiding for 16 years, including in the Grand Canyon for Arizona Raft Adventures. But some of her most memorable moments came early in her career guiding canoe trips in Costa Rica.
Several public libraries on the border in Arizona and Texas have received 3D printers that are transforming those libraries, making them a magnet for learning new industrial technologies.
More Navajos speak their mother tongue than any other indigenous language in the country. But the Navajo language is still considered endangered. And each year fewer Navajo children speak it.
Part 2 of the story from northern Colombia and the Palenque community’s movement to revive and preserve its native tongue.
Declared by UNESCO in 2005 a Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity, the rural town of San Basilio de Palenque in northern Colombia has undergone a revival of its unique language.
The spotlight is on Major League Baseball’s Spring Training here in the Valley. And the focus isn’t any less intense for young hopefuls at MLB academies in Latin America. But what happens to the vast majority of players who don’t get signed to a pro contract?
The Bureau of Indian Education is hoping a few more schools will venture out of their administrative nest, encouraging tribes to take over management. The hope is that schools will actually thrive when locally run. But it’s a hard transition.
Nearly 50,000 Native American children across the country, or about 10 percent, attend schools run by the Bureau of Indian Education. It’s a federal system that has been around in some form for more than 150 years. The school system is now facing some fundamental change.