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Report: Dark-Skinned Black Girls Receive Harsher Discipline in School
Study finds that darker skinned African-American girls are three times more likely to be suspended ...


Black Preschoolers More Likely to Face Suspension
An Education Department study finds that black students are more likely to be suspended from U.S. p...


Department of Justice Says Affirmative Action Has Not Ended
The Department of Justice and the Department of Education issued a letter to colleges, high schools...


Obama Highlights Push for Better Skilled Teachers
President Obama calls for equity in teacher experience at all schools....


Initiative Aims to Close Education Gap for Blacks
The White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African Americans will create a national n...


DOE Data Shines Light on Disparities Between Black and White Students
The Education Department launched a new national data pool of information aimed at analyzing educat...


Education Dept. Makes College Pricing Transparent, and Shock Occurs
To promote transparency, the Education Department urges parents, students and prospective students ...


Education Civil Rights Complaints at an All-Time High
The Department of Education is investigating queries whose number they are calling a "record."...


Obama Pushes for Investment in Education During Visit to Brooklyn School
President Obama urges Congress to make education a priority in upcoming budget debate....


White House Has Plan to Push Poor Communities Up Ladders of Success
The White House plans to launch a program to aid the nation's poorest communities....


First Lady Michelle Obama Pivots Focus to Higher Education
First Lady Michelle Obama discusses the importance of higher education with D.C. high school studen...


Ex-Teacher Farina to Lead NYC Schools
New York mayor-elect Bill de Blasio selected Carmen Farina, a former teacher and principal and a lo...


Nation has high college remedial education rate
Nation has high college remedial education rate...


Ed officials to step up civil rights enforcement
Ed officials to step up civil rights enforcement...


Civil Rights Groups Seek Review of Texas Schools
HOUSTON – Two civil rights organizations are seeking a federal review of public school educat...


82 Percent of U.S. Schools May Be Labeled "Failing"
The number of schools labeled as "failing" under the nation's No Child Left Behind Act could skyroc...


Labor Department Issues Report on Black Employment
New Labor Department report focuses on African-American economic recovery in 2010 and highlights in...


Justice Department Delays Ruling on South Carolina’s Voter ID Law
DOJ wants more information about how the new voter ID law will be implemented....


Obama Stimulus Scores High on Education Aid
President Barack Obama loves the kids. His $825 billion economic stimulus package, which faces a Ho...


With Divided Congress, Tough Road for Ed Reform
With Divided Congress | Tough Road for Ed Reform...

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