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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.
Mentorship is a method of nontraditional teaching open to anyone who's willing.
The program has mixed results but strives to make a difference.
One year after receiving vouchers, many students regressed academically.
Many Black students have the formidable task of succeeding while trapped in traumatizing, unsupportive community and school environments.
Oakland's school district launches an achievement program for Black girls. An emphasis on Black boys often overshadows their needs.
Flocabulary uses the power of rap and culture to help teachers engage with students. Educators rediscover learning through lyrics.
Artificial intelligence offers new education tools. Are low-income and Black students benefiting?
Flocabulary launches a new section for Black History Month. It offers rap videos and resources for educators.
Baltimore's Booker T. Washington Middle School launches development programs for families and teachers.
People are turning to social funding platforms like GoFundMe to pay tuition. Generous strangers are making education goals possible.
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