Danya Perez-Hernandez

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Danya Perez-Hernandez is the education reporter for The Monitor. She can be reached at dperez-hernandez@themonitor.com or (956) 683-4435.

UTRGV researchers focus on Valley’s ability to recover from natural disasters

EDINBURG — A new disaster declaration in the Rio Grande Valley due to recent rain has many wondering how the region will fare during...

Weathering the storm

By DANYA PEREZ-HERNANDEZStaff WriterEDINBURG — A new disaster declaration in the Rio Grande Valley due to recent rain has many wondering how the region...

UTRGV seeking math, science students for $1.2M teaching scholarships

EDINBURG — Math and science students from the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley can soon apply for a scholarship established to help cover...

UTRGV seeking math, science students for $1.2M teaching scholarships

EDINBURG — Math and science students from UTRGV can soon apply for a scholarship established to help cover their last two years of college-related...

UTRGV moves forward with plans to open student center in Matamoros

BROWNSVILLE — Plans to open the first student service center across the border from the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley Brownsville campus are...

UTRGV renews $1.5 million grant for full-day child care

EDINBURG — A grant awarded by the United States Department of Education is giving students at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley a...

Latest STAAR test issues to yield more affected students

McALLEN — Districts from across the state and the Rio Grande Valley are awaiting an increase of the number of students negatively affected by...

Latest STAAR test issues to yield more affected students

McALLEN — Districts from across the state and the Rio Grande Valley are awaiting an increase of the number of students negatively affected by...

Summer meals available for children across the Valley

McALLEN — As children from across the Rio Grande Valley begin to enjoy their summer vacation, school districts and other organizations across the region...

Teachers question PSJA super’s charter proposal

PHARR — Unanswered questions and concerns over a bold proposal to adopt a charter-like status at the Pharr-San Juan-Alamo school district have teachers doubting...