Atlanta Elementary School Under Federal Investigation; Parents Allege Students Assigned Class By Race
The Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights is investigating if students were subjected “to different treatment based on race.”
Student Loan Forgiveness Applications No Longer Being Accepted
The Education Department’s website says, “courts have issued orders blocking our student debt relief program.”
Long-Serving NBA Referee Derek Richardson Buys Elementary School, Renames It After His Mother
The school renamed after Delores T. Richardson will preserve the legacy of the provider educational institution created in 1971.
Post-COVID National Test Scores Show Major Setbacks For Students, Especially Along Racial Lines
Black and Hispanic students were already disadvantaged before the pandemic derailed in-class learning, but the pandemic widened the gaps.
Another Type Of Homecoming: What's Behind The Jump in HBCU Enrollment?
For reasons ranging from better financial aid to academic environments that comes with a safer space, young people are increasingly turning to HBCUs.
A Different Path To Excellence: Unique HBCU Programs For Ambitious Students
While business, engineering and the arts remain popular, there are some Black Colleges that offer specialized majors.
Emmy Winner Sheryl Lee Ralph Helps Jackson State Rise Further By Helping Raise $300,000 in Scholarship Money
Just after being honored for her role on “Abbot Elementary” she made it a point to show why supporting HBCUs is important.
Revered Boston Civil Rights Activist, 91, Fought Off Attacker Who Stabbed Her Multiple Times
Jean McGuire, an education equality trailblazer in Boston, is reportedly recuperating in the hospital.
Republican Governors Ask Biden To Withdraw Student Loan Forgiveness Plan
The president’s plan forces taxpayers to financially bail out ‘an elite few,’ the governors argue.
Texas School District Approves Policy Limiting Critical Race Theory, Gender Identity Discussions
Teachers can’t assign students to read the award-winning ‘1619 Project’ under the new rules.