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He says many kids don't have mentors to keep them on track, as he had growing up.
A new study finds long-term academic benefits to Black students who had a Black elementary school teacher.
Ariyana Davis, 18, earned acceptance letters from 23 historically Black colleges and universities, with schools offering a total of $300,000…
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced Wednesday that he wants Chicago public high school students to produce acceptance letter from colleges,…
Ifeoma White-Thorpe has to make a tough decision among the elite schools vying for her enrollment.
An investigative news report alleges school districts use deceptive practices to bump up grad rates..
Nia Mya Reese also inspires other young writers in her school.
The education Secretary, a school choice advocate, told the Council of Great City Schools that she supports public schools.
Kimberle Crenshaw talks with NewsOne about fighting for Black girls and the school-to-prison pipeline.
Here's how we can keep our daughters on track academically and focused on getting a solid science and math foundation.
According to author Monique Morris, Black girls make up 16 percent of American school students, but account for over 33…
NewsOne focuses in March 2017 on the steep uphill climb of Black girls in the K-12 public school system.
Principal Nadia Lopez opens the tech door to students shutout from opportunities.
Congress repeals an Obama-era education policy that addressed school accountability.
Education coach Verta Maloney tackles unconscious bias in the classroom.
An African-American boy launches a book club featuring literature with positive Black characters.
A school district agrees to pay three Black students $450,000 to settle a racial discrimination lawsuit.
The NAACP's education task force stops in Detroit on its nationwide education quality tour.
Oakland's school district launches an achievement program for Black girls. An emphasis on Black boys often overshadows their needs.
The DOJ and the Cleveland School District in Mississippi settle a 5-decades old desegregation battle.
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