Black and Latino students continue to be underserved in public schools compared to Whites, according to data from the 2nd annual New Education Majority Poll.
A survey reveals an increase in classrooms of fear and bullying targeting immigrant and minority students. The teachers who were surveyed blamed Donald Trump for what researchers are calling the Trump Effect.
Two new reports say that tracking has significant benefits for gifted Black and Hispanic students. But opponents of separating gifted students say it harms those in regular classes.
Dr. Steve Perry, Karen Carter Peterson, John Hope Bryant talked with Roland Martin on the Empowerment Stage during this year’s “Essence” Festival. Dr. Perry explained the problems facing minority students in our education system and the panel offered solutions to help our youth. Listen to the entire debate below. Be sure to listen to “NewsOne Now” with Roland Martin, weekdays […]
California — Though the number of public school students taking Advanced Placement tests is at an all-time high, a recent report from the College Board shows that 14 percent of Hispanic and Latino students, and less than four percent of Black students were able to pass in 2010. Huffington Post reports: Only a quarter of […]
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