Rutgers-Camden Scholarship Reception

On Tuesday, February 13, Rutgers Alfredo Santiago Scholars participated in the annual Rutgers-Camden Scholarship Reception to honor donors and student recipients of various scholarships.  The Alfredo Santiago Scholarship was established by Dr. Gloria Bonilla-Santiago to provide financial support to LEAP alumni attending Rutgers who demonstrate academic excellence and commitment to their community.  LEAP alum and … Continue reading Rutgers-Camden Scholarship Reception

News and Links

U.S. News and World Report Puerto Rico is on its Own by Gloria Bonilla-Santiago, Ph.D. January 31, 2018 https://www.usnews.com/opinion/op-ed/articles/2018-01-31/puerto-rico-has-been-abandoned-by-the-us-government Huffington Post Puerto Rico is a Man-Made Disaster by Charles Venator Santiago, Ph.D. (CLC Symposium Guest Speaker) January 29, 2018 https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/opinion-venator-santiag-puerto-rico_us_5a6b6034e4b06e25326721c6 LEAP Academy University School Dr. Gloria Bonilla-Santiago Presented Two Checks Totaling $16,077.65 to Honorable Sila … Continue reading News and Links

Is On Its Own

By Gloria Bonilla-Santiago, US News Opinion Contributor | Jan. 31, 2018 Earlier this month, the Federal Emergency Management Agency informed the Puerto Rican government that it might withhold Puerto Rico’s share of $4.9 billion in pre-approved disaster loans because Puerto Rico’s cash balances are too high. Indeed, FEMA is concluding its mission in Puerto Rico … Continue reading Is On Its Own

Rutgers-Camden Prof from Puerto Rico Discusses Maria’s Devastation, Future of Island

By Kimberly Kerr, SNJ Today Reporter Dr. Gloria Bonilla-Santiago, professor of Public Policy and Administration at the school, explaining the destruction caused by Hurricane Maria, said that the “hurricane was a Category 5 that basically destroyed the island economically, politically and socially.”  Click here to see inverview video clip    

Early Learning Research Academy recently was accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children

The Early Learning Research Academy (ELRA) recently was accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), a national membership organization that promotes high-quality early learning for all young children, birth through 8, by connecting early childhood practice, policy, and research.  The accreditation is a major accomplishment that places ELRA in an … Continue reading Early Learning Research Academy recently was accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children