Girls are leaving opportunities on the table, entering the workforce in lower-paying, lower-status professions that don’t reflect the careers of the future.
Afterschool programs are in the spotlight on Oct. 23, as the fifteenth Lights On Afterschool is celebrated.
Child poverty, hunger, child abuse and neglect, obesity and a lack of health insurance are among “urgent” priorities for children’s health in the United States, says an analysis published Monday in the journal JAMA Pediatrics.
Counselors refer some Los Angeles students to JROTC in an effort to improve their grades and attitudes.
The Army Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps (JROTC) program serves 17 high schools in Los Angeles and well over 1,000 nationwide.
One of those students, Susy Gomez, sat down for an interview with JJIE to discuss why JROTC still matters.