The Week’s HBCU Headlines<br />

The Week’s HBCU Headlines

HBCU law schools stand tall for social justice; plus, what’s behind HBCU student gun violence?
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Rethinking Punitive School Discipline

Rethinking Punitive School Discipline

by Brooke Wilson and Cynthia Boateng

Mistakes are as common as they are guaranteed. No matter who you are, and regardless of your particular walk in life, you are bound… Read More

Atlanta Public School Arrests Atlanta Public Schools employees were found guilty of cheating

Atlanta Cheating Scandal Punishes the Wrong Culprits

by R. L'Heureux Lewis-McCoy, PhD

As news that 11 educators from Atlanta Public Schools were convicted of racketeering charges made national headlines last week, cheers… Read More

Spelman College President Dr. Mary Schmidt Campbell

Dr. Mary Schmidt Campbell Elected President of Spelman College

by #teamEBONY

The Spelman College Board of Trustees has unanimously and enthusiastically elected Dr. Mary Schmidt Campbell as the 10th president… Read More

The School Project - Chicago Public Schools: Closed

Chicago Public Schools: Closed [WATCH]

"What do you mean when you say I'm rebellious/'Cause I don't accept everything that you're telling us?"-… Read More

The Rise of Homeschooling Among Black Families

More Black Parents Homeschooling Their Children

by The Atlantic

Marvell is one of an estimated 220,000 African American children currently being homeschooled, according to the National Home Education… Read More

Black girls are suspended from school 6 times more often than white girls

Black Girls Suspended at Much Higher Rates than White Girls

by The Grio

A new study released by the African American Policy Forum and the Center for Intersectionality and Social Policy Studies at Columbia… Read More

Obama Plan Would Help Many Go to Community College Free

Obama Proposes Free Community College

by The New York Times

President Obama said Thursday that he would propose a government program to make community college tuition-free for millions of students… Read More

 Oldest U.S. black college on verge of financial collapse

Cheyney University Facing Dire Financial Issues

by #teamEBONY

The nation's oldest Black college, Cheyney University, one of Pennsylvania's 14 state-run universities, is on the verge of… Read More

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Morehouse and the Future of Science

by Vann R Newkirk II

The world is in desperate need of Black scientists. In a rich history of scientific innovation and research stretching from George… Read More

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