Thursday, November 1, 2007

Welcome to the Daily Grito!

Hola and welcome to the Daily Grito! In Spanish, the word “grito” mean a cry or a call to action. This blog is Hispanic CREO’s daily call to action on the Latino education crisis. It will be a resource for the Latino community, the education reform community and other interested readers, offering timely, relevant information about how education reform efforts affect America’s Hispanic students.

The Daily Grito is written by Anne Guarnera, Membership and Communications Coordinator of Hispanic CREO. Guest bloggers will also contribute on an occasional basis. On Wednesdays and Fridays, the blog will host special features. Wednesdays will be Issue/Interview days, and will feature either an in-depth analysis of an education reform issue OR an interview with a Latino or education reform leader (and, of course, individuals who fit into both of those categories). Fridays will feature the Blog Round-Up of the best education blog posts from that week.

Hispanic CREO is a non-profit, non-partisan organization; thus, any opinions expressed here should be considered the standpoints of their writer(s) and not of Hispanic CREO.

I welcome your feedback on this blog and am always grateful for tips, links, comments, article suggestions and guest blogger suggestions. All correspondence is of, course, confidential. You can reach me at

So welcome – or bienvenidos – and enjoy the Daily Grito!


Anonymous said...

Congratulations to Hispanic CREO for starting this service. It really seems to fill a need--with the Internet and the 24-hour news service, we need people looking at these issues in real time. Keep up the good work!

Hispanic CREO said...


Anonymous said...

A great way to communicate nationwide..We need to express our ideas and concerns in a positive way..

My voice counts said...

I really need to know what's going on with the movement in Texas? Please, we can't wait 2 years..our work needs to be consistent so we can reach our goal...Can we have a round table per city, so we can re organize our troops and provide some updates?

Hispanic CREO said...

Thanks for all of the encouragement.

Hispanic CREO plans to start working in texas again starting in January - so stay tuned to find out what we're doing there and how you can get involved!