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CSU San Marcos gets $2.7 million grant to increase number of Latino, Latina teachers

Teachers nationwide do not reflect the demographics of the students they’re teaching, and San Diego County is no exception.

New State Award Recognizes Maine Students’ Bilingual Proficiency

Students across Maine can now be recognized for being proficient in multiple languages as part of a new initiative from the state’s Department of Education.

Juan Kruz Igerabide, National Prize for Children's Literature 2018

Juan Kruz Igerabide (Aduna, Guipúzcoa, 1956) was chosen as the writer to be awarded with the National Prize for Children and Young Adult Literature 2018 for his work "Abezedario titirijario".

Huso Editorial signs an agreement with Cascahuesos Editores of Peru

Through its narrative label Surnumérica, the Peruvian label will reach Spanish bookstores, and at the same time it will have the rights of several first-class novels in international literature.

Writer and journalist Robert Saladrigas dies at 78

He was one of the most outstanding novelists of contemporary Catalan literature. The writer and journalist Robert Saladrigas died this morning in Barcelona at the age of 78 as a result of cancer.

Almudena Grandes, National Narrative Award

The Ministry of Culture and Sport has awarded the writer for her latest work, Los pacientes del doctor García (The Patients of Dr. Garcia).

Instituto Cervantes at Harvard Announces A New Observatorio Report

The Institute is pleased to announce the publication of the new Informe del Observatorio/Observatorio Report “Hispanic Map of the United States 2018,” by Rosana Hernández, and directed by Francisco Moreno-Fernández.

Books in Spanish needed for West Haven High School library

Books in Spanish are marked with an “S” at West Haven High School’s media center, which is seeking donations from the public.

Páginas de Espuma Bulletin #128, October 2018

Páginas de Espuma is an independent publishing house founded in 1999 and specialized in story tales. The publisher also offers titles on humanities and essays.

Instituto Cervantes at Harvard Presents "Hacia la ciudad epléndida / Toward the splendid city"

Bernal Diaz del Castillo, voces indígenas y luchas de memoria / Bernal Diaz del Castillo, indigenous voices and the fights of memory. This activity is a collaboration between Instituto Cervantes and UNAM on the occasion of the UNAM-Boston Centro de Estudios Mexicanos opening.

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