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Administrators refuse to ban cellphones despite parents' anger.
With 336K followers on Vine anything is possible
Umar Johnson has made some questionable comments about HIV and the LGBT community.
The unexpected 34-foot by 34-foot quarters found in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, show exactly where enslaved persons worked and walked 150 to 250 years ago.
Otha Thornton, the first Black man to lead the PTA, says there is a need to draw more African-Americans and men.
The U.S. Department of Education will send federal monitors to observe Oakland public schools’ efforts to curb high levels of Black student suspensions.
The Baltimore chapter of America’s leading civil rights organization wants the Baltimore public school system to explain its treatment of women and Blacks.
After the NAACP filed a formal complaint against Anne Arundel County schools last year for their allegedly disparate treatment of Black students, the district found solutions to turn the statistics around.
The U.S. Department of Education’s office of civil rights has announced it will investigate allegations that the Anne Arundel County school system discriminates against African-American students when enforcing discipline.
The civil rights giant claims Black children in Anne Arundel County are being unfairly punished by the schools there.