Hispanic Americans face plenty of challenges as it is. The last thing we need are English-speaking progressives 'wokesplaining' how to speak Spanish.

Many student groups are changing their names to use "Latinx" instead of "Latino" and "Latina."

The College Board and NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises announced the launch of College Board and Telemundo Academy Triunfadores, a joint public campaign to guide Spanish-speaking families through the college planning process.

The U.S. history and geography scores of eighth-graders decreased between 2014 and 2018, according to results from The Nation's Report Card released today by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES). There was no change in eighth-graders' civics average score.

A report titled Respected: Perspectives of Youth on High School & Social and Emotional Learning, shows that more than three-quarters (77 percent) of recent high school students believe their schools could have done a better job of helping students develop key social and emotional learning (SEL) skills, which are particularly needed at this time of national division, rising violence, anxiety and historic levels of mistrust.

The leading global research and advocacy think tank directed by Professor Stacy L. Smith at USC Annenberg announced the launch of the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative. Building on the success of the groundbreaking Media, Diversity & Social Change Initiative, a driving force in the effort for more diversity both on screen and behind the camera, the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative will represent a broader mission that will include music.

Bravo to Univision's Despierta America legal advisor Mario Lovo for highlighting Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg as an example of a celebrity being vocal about immigration reform, and chastising Latino celebrities like Juanes, Shakira, Mana, Alejandro Fernandez, Chicharito Hernandez and others for not doing a thing. By Enrique Turegano.

I write this blog in the aftermath of President Barack Obama’s July 19 televised ruminations about the death of Trayvon Martin and the trial of George Zimmerman. With a personal introspection rare in U.S. governmental discourse, Obama evoked the reality of the lives of African American males, particularly their sense that many white Americans – perhaps non-Black Americans in general – perceive them as threats. By Carlos E. Cortés / Univision Insights

Discovery en Español announced a partnership with the Hispanic Heritage Foundation and its Latinos On Fast Track (LOFT) program for DESCUBRE TU TALENTO, a multimedia public affairs campaign designed to raise awareness of career opportunities within the U.S.