Why Black and Latino Parents are Placing a Premium on Education

Why Black and Latino Parents are Placing a Premium on Education

by Chris Stewart

The results of a new Education Post poll illustrate varying perspectives on secondary education in America across racial and socio-economic lines… Read More

How a Magazine's Mistake Reminds Us of Racial Insensitivity

How a Magazine's Mistake Reminds Us of Racial Insensitivity

by Jovan Brown

Philadelphia can boast being one of the most culturally diverse cities in America. The ethereal artwork, historical discipline, political prowess… Read More

In Brooklyn, School Rezoning Plan Reveals Gap Between Classes<br />

In Brooklyn, School Rezoning Plan Reveals Gap Between Classes

by Demetria Irwin

A standing ovation greeted Pastor Mark V. C. Taylor’s words on Wednesday night at a packed and lively meeting in Brooklyn concerning a New York… Read More

Why American Education Has Much to Learn About Cultural Competence

Why American Education Has Much to Learn About Cultural Competence

by Jovan Brown

Our American society is loaded with a false sense of cultural competence. This mentality tends to govern our country's idea of educational for… Read More

New Report Dispels Myths About Black, Affluent African- Americans

New Report Dispels Myths About Black, Affluent African- Americans

by #teamEBONY

In its latest report, Nielsen provides an inside look into affluent Black consumers. The report, Increasingly Affluent, Educated and Diverse:… Read More

Howard President Responds to Viral Criticism of School Conditions by Students

Howard President Responds to Viral Criticism of School Conditions by Students

by #teamEBONY

It was a rough start to the school year. As students returned to classes at Howard University, they continued to raise their voices -- virtually… Read More

Educators Struggle to Find Answers to the Discipline Gap Problem

Educators Struggle to Find Answers to the Discipline Gap Problem

by The Atlantic

The discrepancies are particularly egregious in certain parts of the country. As The New York Times reported on Tuesday… Read More

Schools in the South Suspend and Expel Black Students Way More Than White Ones

Southern Schools Suspend Black Students Much More Often than White Students

by Slate

A new study has found that Black students in Southern states get suspended and expelled at exponentially higher rates than White… Read More

Back From the Brink… in Style<br />

Back From the Brink… in Style

by Aliya S. King

Jenna Lee, 22, was always a determined, hardworking student. And she always knew what school she wanted to attend after graduation—Temple… Read More

EBONY Magazine What Happened to All the Schools in New Orleans?

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What Happened to New Orleans Schools?

by R.L. Hill

When Angela Lockley started to reconstruct her family’s life after the devastating effects of Hurricane Katrina, two big questions… Read More

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