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.
Xavier University of Louisiana, located in a western neighborhood of New Orleans, produces the highest number of Black medical students in the nation, the New York…
Three more people vowed to join the group in protesting the closure and ultimate reopening of Walter H. Dyett High School on the South Side
LeBron James has introduced a program that will help parents obtain their General Education Development degree (GED) for free.
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About 100 Black men gathered at a Hartford, Conn. school to dole out high fives to students on their first day of school.
Howard University students took to Twitter to express their reported constant struggle with administration, dorm life, and financial aid.
Cornell Belcher discusses polling data showing that 72 percent of Black parents favor charter schools.
Of the 22,000 teachers in the Chicago Public Schools system, roughly 50 percent are white, 24 percent are black and 19 percent are Latino. Yet…
An Orange County teacher has filed a lawsuit against her former school claiming she was discriminated against for dating a Black man.