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Budget cuts make the expense of quality summer programming out of reach for many families.
The Black Man Can, a nonprofit organization, has built a volunteer army of Black male role models.
A longtime education mentor and mentee share insights into the dynamics of their relationship.
A science educator who helped pioneer #HipHopEd mentored a new generation of science teachers.
Mentorship is a method of nontraditional teaching open to anyone who's willing.
Retaining a year’s worth of learning during the summer break is a challenge, especially for children in low-income families.
The minority teacher shortage is largely a retention--not a recruitment--problem, according to research.
Darryl Aikens met all the requirements for his diploma and inspired the Golden State Warriors with his tenacity.
Dr. Samuel D. Cook, an academic trailblazer of the Civil Right era, was a president of Dillard University.
The program has mixed results but strives to make a difference.
Jahmir Smith's mother envisions him becoming a doctor and NFL player.
The presidential search committee selected Carmen Ambar from a pool of 150 candidates.
A complex issue made simple.
Hill returns to his roots to focus on how media can help solve the challenges Philadelphia faces.
One year after receiving vouchers, many students regressed academically.
Raven Osborne, once labeled as having a learning disability, persevered with encouragement from her mom.
Principal Jessica Johnson says her students face 14 different types of traumas that inhibit learning.
Students are under siege, over-policed, and marginalized in their communities and schools. That creates barriers to learning.
Black students disproportionately face a set of barriers to success that researchers call Adverse Childhood Experiences.
Many Black students have the formidable task of succeeding while trapped in traumatizing, unsupportive community and school environments.
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