Maryland Man Who Went From Sanitation Work To Earning J.D. A From Harvard Law School

“I worked for a trash company, where my coworkers told me that I should go to college instead,” said Rehan Staton.

5 Scholarship Opportunities For Black Male Teachers Whose Positive Influence Is Underrepresented In Classrooms

Just a small percent of teachers are Black men, but studies show they have significantly positive impact in classrooms.

Survey: Fewer Black, Latino And Male Students Want To Attend College

‘The road to college remains obscured’ for many, the researchers say.

Texas Could Follow Florida In Banning Diversity Classes In Education

: The legislation would close DEI offices at colleges across the state and prohibits diversity training on campuses.

Alabama HBCU Withdraws From U.S. News and World Report Ranking

The school is the first HBCU to announce its withdrawal from the annual ranking system.

Florida Approves School Textbooks After Racial References Are Removed

Passages mentioning Black Lives Matter and George Floyd were taken out of the textbooks.

Meet Dennis Barnes, the New Orleans High School Phenom Who Clocked $9 Million in Scholarship Money

The superstar student has been accepted into more than 180 colleges and soon he’ll announce which of them he’ll be attending.

HBCUs Received Far Less Money From Foundations Than Ivy League Schools, Study Shows

A recent report revealed that HBCUs were given 178 times less funding from the largest foundations than Ivy League schools.

How A New Orleans High School Senior Cleaned Up With More Than $9 Million In Scholarship Offers

‘We've known from an early age that Dennis was destined for great things,’ says Dennis Barnes’ proud father.

College Board To Make More Changes To AP African American Studies Courses

The organization says it "will determine the details of those changes over the next few months."

Alabama Governor Forces Out State Early Education Secretary Over Use Of Book That Deals With Race

Gov. Kay Ivey said that “woke concepts” have no place in the state’s educational curriculum.