‘A Fine Dessert’ is the latest children’s book to be praised for its “good intentions” while dropping the ball on the truth.
According to a new Gallup-USA Funds Minority College Graduates Report, HBCU graduates actually fare better than those who go to other schools and universities.
News that a Black child was suspended for staring at a White classmate highlights an age-old debate about race, as well as the underlying notion of discrimination in schools when it comes to non-White students.
As part of her Reach Higher initiative, FLOTUS is launching a new website that will provide resources for high school students who want to further their education. The site, BetterMakeRoom.org, will feature information about SAT and ACT tests, financial aid, and assistance with filling out college applications.
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McGraw-Hill CEO David Levin believes his company has done more than enough to fix the erasure of slavery from their textbooks.
A school is defending the suspension of a 12-year-old Black student who allegedly “intimidated” a White student during a staring contest.
President Barack Obama unveiled a new streamlined process for college students and their parents applying for financial aid.