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This Day in Black History: May 17, 1954
In the landmark Brown v. Board of Education court case, the United States Supreme Court rules segre...


Commentary: Education Disparities Persist in D.C.
The nation’s capital now has the worst racial achievement gaps in the country when it comes to educ...


Obama Announces New Education Effort to 'Let Girls Learn'
Michelle Obama is heading to Japan and Cambodia later this month to promote the government effort....


Commentary: Why It’s Time for Real Sex Education
With HIV rates rising among young people, schools need to ditch their abstinence-only approach. Why...


Sex Ed Doesn't Promote Sex, It Actually Delays It, Report Says
Students who receive sex ed wait longer to have sex, a study says. Even better: When these students...


Leymah Gbowee Praises the Value of Traditional African Education
Liberia’s 2011 Nobel Laureate Leymah Gbowee spoke before attendees at the Clinton Global Initiative...


This Day in Black History: Dec. 10, 1984
South African social rights activist Desmond Tutu won the Nobel Peace Prize on Dec. 10, 1984....


Rick Santorum Says Obama’s a Snob for Promoting Higher Education
Rick Santorum slams Obama for promoting higher education and says the president wants to remake Ame...


Commentary: Democrats Stand on the Wrong Side of History
Opportunity Scholarships under the Obama Administration are not so opportunistic for underprivilege...


Shaquille O’Neal Graduates With Doctorate Degree
NBA Legend is now a doc of education....


Pell Grants to Take Hit in 2012 Budget
President Obama's proposed changes for college funding must be vehemently opposed....


Chris Brown Launches Symphonic Love Foundation
The charity organization will support arts and education programs on domestic abuse and HIV/AIDS....


Obama, Bush First Ladies Press for Girls' Education
Michelle Obama and Laura Bush discuss education and their personal bond at the U.S.-Africa Leaders ...


Transcript: Craig Robinson and Maya Soetoro-ng's Democratic National Convention Address
First Lady Michelle Obama's brother Craig Robinson and President Obama's sister Maya Soetoro-ng mad...


Mrs. Obama to College Students: “Call Me”
In the upcoming election, every vote counts. And in the contest for increasingly coveted votes, Fir...


Why More Black Families Are Homeschooling Their Children
African-American families have become one of the fastest-growing demographics in home education....


Kandi Burruss Goes Back to School for Sex Ed
She will study sex education and clinical sexology....


Tameka Raymond Announces the Kile Glover Fund
Their goal is to increase water safety through laws and education....


WNBA Sisters Raise Funds for Nigeria Education
WNBA star siblings Nneka and Chiney Ogwumike are working with UNICEF to bring safe educational spac...


Commentary: The Tremendous Whiteness of Title IX
Title IX, a program long thought to help stamp out inequality, is now being shown to be tremendousl...

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