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Mentorship is a method of nontraditional teaching open to anyone who's willing.
Young Black men need to see a role model who succeeded in the sciences and finance, Robert Smith says.
The university's pioneering student raps about the African-American experience—from slavery to police violence.
University of Phoenix & NAN deliver resources to help the Decatur school with teacher training and parental engagement.
All 19 Mississippi failing school districts are predominantly Black and lack basics like proper text books, the lawsuit says.
The survey suggests that Americans need to be educated on this hot button issue.
Together they account for just 16 percent of the best 6,000 public high schools analyzed in the annual survey.
Public schools are not even trying to educate Black kids, many parents say.
With no safeguards in place, lawmakers voted to grant school districts total discretion on physical punishment of students.
Former first lady Michelle Obama participated in a College Signing Day event in New York City on Friday.
George Mason University researchers found that Fairfax County, Virginia is more likely to hire White teachers than equally qualified Black…
The music icon is offering ‘Formation Scholars’ awards to female college students who are creative and think outside the box.
He says many kids don't have mentors to keep them on track, as he had growing up.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced Wednesday that he wants Chicago public high school students to produce acceptance letter from colleges,…
NewsOne focuses in March 2017 on the steep uphill climb of Black girls in the K-12 public school system.
A school district agrees to pay three Black students $450,000 to settle a racial discrimination lawsuit.
The DOJ and the Cleveland School District in Mississippi settle a 5-decades old desegregation battle.
Literacy advocates press for more books with diverse characters.
The Wicomico County School Board agrees to address alleged discrimination. Black parents filed complaints with the DOJ.
Former education secretary John King becomes president & CEO of The Education Trust. The organization's goals align with his life's…
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