Harvard Establishes a Nas Hip-Hop Fellowship

Harvard Establishes a Nas Fellowship

by #teamEBONY

Harvard has honored Nas by establishing the Nasir Jones Hip-Hop Fellowship at the university. The fellowship by the Hip-Hop Archives… Read More

D.C. Non-Profit Program Develops "Cradle to Career" Pipeline

D.C. Non-Profit Program Develops "Cradle to Career" Pipeline

by Tiffany E. Browne

The phrase “education reform,” in all of its broadness, triggers immediate passionate reaction as education leaders bump… Read More

Income Inequality and Education

Income Inequality and Education

by The Atlantic

The American Dream isn't dead. It's just moved to Denmark. Now, we like to think of ourselves as a classless society… Read More

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Urban Prep's Tim King Talks Success

[ENOUGH]
Urban Prep's Tim King Talks Success

by Brooke Obie

This month, for the fourth year in a row, all 167 seniors at the all-Black, all-male Chicago charter school, Urban Prep graduated… Read More

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Ellie Hylton, Harvard Summa Cum Laude

by #teamEBONY

I dreamed of attending Harvard since I was 12 years-old. Back then I knew fairly little about the university beyond its most… Read More

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Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Opens Elementary School in Haiti

by #teamEBONY

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., an international public service organization, and the Delta Research & Educational Foundation… Read More

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Failing Special Education

[ENOUGH]
Failing Special Education

by DaShawn Drew

It was the middle of my first and only year teaching Special Education at one of the lowest performing public high schools in… Read More

Graduates from Columbia University's School of Public Health

Why Schools Still Need Affirmative Action

by Slate

The distance the United States has traveled in overcoming racial discrimination reflects one of our nation’s greatest achievements… Read More

Dean Leslie Fenwick

Land Development the Cause Behind Inner-City School Reform

by The Washington Post

The truth can be used to tell a lie. The truth is that Black parents’ frustration with the quality of public schools is at… Read More

[ENOUGH] 50 Chicago Public Schools to Close

[ENOUGH] 50 Chicago Public Schools to Close

by Daschell M. Phillips

The Chicago Board of Education made American history on May 22 when it voted to close 50 public schools. Despite citywide protest… Read More

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