education

The History of Black History Month

The author provides essential details of how Black History Month came to be and background on its distinguished founder in this revisited February 2016 article.

Demanding Quality Education for Your Child Is Your Right

During September, National School Success Month, we are revisiting education-themed articles such as this one originally publsihed in August 2016.

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Chicago Principal Creates Model for Educating Black Boys

In recognition of September’s designation as National School Success Month, we are revisiting this April 2017 article.

It’s the Remix! Daddy-Daughter Duo Releases Back-to-School Video

September brings the first day of classes for millions of students across the nation. To help set the tone for the new school year, we are reposting this inspirational Septemeber 2017 article.

Teachers Hope to Inspire Students with Back-to-School Album

To help get students excited about the new year school, we are revisiting this motivating July 2017 article.

New Year, New Beginnings: Creating Structure at Home to Prepare Children for Success

In their latest article, school psychologists Barrett and Vyas offer advice on routines that will help get youngsters ready for school and, ultimately, for successful lives.

Sliding Into Summer Without the Summer Slide

Practical suggestions for families to support children’s reading, writing and math when school is out

Born Free, Not Equal? Women’s Education in Post-Apartheid South Africa

They are the living embodiment of joy. In Soweto, a township in Johannesburg, South Africa,…

Teacher Accused of Pushing Black Student, Ripping Out Her Braids

A Wisconsin teacher has been placed on leave after pushing an 11-year-old student, ripping out three of her braids.

‘Black Men in White Coats’ Inspires Black Youth to Pursue Medicine

“Our mission is to inspire the next generation of physician leaders and to diversify the field of medicine.”