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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.
Hill returns to his roots to focus on how media can help solve the challenges Philadelphia faces.
One year after receiving vouchers, many students regressed academically.
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…
Raven Osborne, once labeled as having a learning disability, persevered with encouragement from her mom.
Principal Jessica Johnson says her students face 14 different types of traumas that inhibit learning.
Students are under siege, over-policed, and marginalized in their communities and schools. That creates barriers to learning.
The U.S. must move from being a nation that applauds the few who manage to beat the odds to a…
Many Black students have the formidable task of succeeding while trapped in traumatizing, unsupportive community and school environments.
Increased security has unintended negative consequences, especially for African-American students.
Diversity advocates are skeptical of Betsy DeVos' assurances of her commitment to diverse classrooms.
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..
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