Perfect College Acceptance for Chicago's Urban Prep... Again  - For the third year in a row, every senior at Urban Prep Academy, the only all-African-American, all-male charter school in Chicago, has been accepted into college. The young men have selected Morehouse College and the University of Michigan as their top college picks.(Photo: Courtesy

Perfect College Acceptance for Chicago's Urban Prep... Again

All seniors at all-Black male school are headed to college.
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Survey: Nigerians Most Educated in the U.S.

When it comes to education, Nigerians hit highest marks.
Ella Fitgerald - Always paving the way, Ms. Ella took the stage during Halftime Show of Super Bowl VI in New Orleans in 1972— making her the first African American artist to perform on the big show.

March Marks Women’s History Month

Accomplishments of females worldwide will be acknowledged.
Was Black H.S. Student Denied Sole Valedictorian Because She Is Black? - Kymberly Wimberly, an 18-year-old Black student, was told that she could not be valedictorian at McGehee High School in Little Rock, Arkansas, because it would create a "big mess" at the predominately white school. Wimberly has now filed a complaint in federal court in response to school administrators treating her as inferior to her peers, though, in fact, she was a better student.(Photo: Express-Times /Landov)

Affirmative Action Fight in California Isn’t Over

An appeals court has been asked to overturn the ban.
Obama Announces $8 Billion Fund to Decrease Unemployment  - On Monday, the commander-in-chief called on Congress to create an $8 billion fund to get community colleges and businesses to work together and train two million workers with skills that will lead directly to jobs as part of his proposed $4 trillion budget for 2013.(Photo: JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images)

Obama Announces $8 Billion Fund to Decrease Unemployment

Two million community college students will be job-trained.
No Child Left Behind Proficiency Deadline Dropped in 10 States  - In what has been called one the most prominent acts of his presidency, on Thursday President Obama announced an executive action to free 10 states from the stringent requirements of the more-than-a-decade-old No Child Left Behind Act.(Photo: Brendan Hoffman/Getty Images)

No Child Left Behind Proficiency Deadline Dropped in 10 States

Schools lose the 2014 timeline and gain college-ready plans.
FAMU Band Suspended Until 2013 - Sporting events at Florida A&M University will be without the distinctive sound of their marching band as the school announced the band will be suspended for another school year amid the ongoing hazing controversy revolving around the death of Robert Champion in November 2011.   (Photo: Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Florida A&M Suspends Band Camp and Other Recruitment

After hazing death, FAMU cancels a summer tradition.

Dr. Robert M. Franklin to Step Down as President of Morehouse College

After a five-year term, the leader plans to head research.
One Dropout Costs Taxpayers an Estimated $750,000 Over a Lifetime - During Monday’s State of the Union address, President Obama declared that he wants all American children to stay in school until at least age 18. Released last week, a new study is highlighting that one student dropout costs taxpayers an estimated $750,000. (Photo: Getty Images/Comstock Images)

One Dropout Costs Taxpayers an Estimated $750,000 Over a Lifetime

Nearly seven million youths are not in school or working.
Black Students at Duke Press to Make Their Voices Heard - On Tuesday, a group of about two dozen students urged administrators to create a better climate and provide more financial support for Black students. Thus far, they have been disappointed with how top officials have reacted to their viewpoints.(Photo: AP Photo/The Herald-Sun, Christine T. Nguyen)

Black Students at Duke Press to Make Their Voices Heard

Minorities seek a better learning climate at the school.