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On a late Thursday afternoon, 5th grade teacher Patrick Harris closes out his day planning lessons for the coming week…
National Urban League and Urban One announce evaluation results of several state education equality plans.
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.
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.
Young Black men need to see a role model who succeeded in the sciences and finance, Robert Smith says.
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.
Police officers lacking school environment training make most arrests--including handcuffing emotionally distressed students.
The university's pioneering student raps about the African-American experience—from slavery to police violence.
Education Sec. DeVos empowers states to decide which schools receive student vouchers.
University of Phoenix & NAN deliver resources to help the Decatur school with teacher training and parental engagement.
It's essential to understand how education policies affect our community and children.
All 19 Mississippi failing school districts are predominantly Black and lack basics like proper text books, the lawsuit says.
Professor Christopher Emdin explains both sides of this hot-button issue.
The survey suggests that Americans need to be educated on this hot button issue.