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Category: Education

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Black, Education, Uncategorized

Antoinette Brown Lecturer Dr. Eboni Marshall Turman to Discuss Black Girlhood as a Theological Problem, March 23 at Vanderbilt Divinity School

Black, Education, Uncategorized

The University of Oregon Shelled Out $41,500 to Ta-Nehisi Coates but He Cut the Lecture Short and Students Feel ‘Cheated’

Christian, Education, Uncategorized

West Virginia School District Tries to Dismiss Atheist Lawsuit Seeking to End Bible Classes

Black, Education, Uncategorized

Winston-Salem State University Former Chancellor Alvin J. Schexnider says Not All HBCUs Can Be Saved Nor Do Some Deserve to Be

Black, Education, Uncategorized

A White Professor at Howard University Held a Mock Slave Auction – Here’s What Happened

Black, Education, Uncategorized

Chicago Public School Students Write Open Letter Thanking Chance the Rapper for $1 Million Donation

Education, National, Uncategorized

Leading Ivy League Professors, Cornel West and Robert George, Oppose Efforts to Silence Unpopular Political Speech on College Campuses

Christian, Education, Uncategorized

After Judge Refuses to Dismiss Lawsuit, Baylor University Says, ‘From a Christian Perspective, We’ve Confessed Our Sins’

Education, National, Uncategorized

Study: 4-in-5 Students in Oklahoma City Schools Can’t Read Clocks

Black, Education, Entertainment, Uncategorized

Michelle Obama Wrote “Black-ish” Star Yara Shahidi a College Recommendation Letter

Black, Education, Uncategorized

Former Employees of Deion Sanders’ Defunct Prime Prep Academy Finally Getting Some Pay Back

Black, Education, Uncategorized

How Joan Higginbotham’s Passion for Science and Math Led Her to Outer Space

Education, Uncategorized

Harvard Law School Will No Longer Require LSAT

Black, Education, Technology, Uncategorized

Entrepreneurs Team Up to Take 100 Black College Students from HBCUs to SXSW

Black, Education, Uncategorized

Harvard University Confronts Slavery Ties at Conference; Ta-Nehisi Coates Speaks

Black, Education, Uncategorized

Dr. Joy J. Moore to Join Indiana Wesleyan University Staff

Christian, Education, Uncategorized

Regent University Announces Number of Students Enrolled Has Passed 10,000; Now Has 110 Online Degree Programs

Education, Uncategorized

Harvard Law School Announces It Will Accept GRE, Not Just LSAT

Black, Education, Uncategorized

Former First Lady Obama Surprises D.C. Students on International Women’s Day

Education, Uncategorized

Home-schooled 5-Year-Old Girl Becomes Youngest to Qualify for National Spelling Bee

Black, Education, Uncategorized

WATCH: One North Carolina Second-Grade Teacher Used Music Videos to Motivate His Students to Learn

Black, Education, Uncategorized

A National Fossil Fuel Advocacy Campaign Is Offering Scholarships to Black Students

Black, Education, Uncategorized

John Jay College Ranks 3rd Among Top-Performing Institutions for the Success of Black Students

Education, National, Uncategorized

Violent Mob of Students Stops Conservative Scholar From Speaking, Injures Professor at Vermont School


 

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