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Free Money? 5 College Scholarships Available for African American Female Students

Find sources of funding or scholarships that are specifically granted to African American women provides information on the many scholarships available to help women of color pay for…

By Daron Pressley

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Degrees of Debt, Not Opportunity

Court ruling reins in predatory for-profits

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia upheld Obama administration rules that…

By Robin White Goode

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100 Best and Brightest Students Dream Big at Disney

A weekend tribute to the power of realizing boundless dreams

On March 3–6, 100 of the best, brightest, imaginative, and inspiring students gathered at Walt…

By Safon Floyd

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Reform Community College

More community college students could graduate if reforms were enacted

Some community college reforms have improved graduation rates and cost little to implement, yet the…


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Does Your Child Need to Be on Medication?

Half of American preschoolers diagnosed with ADHD are given drugs to treat the symptoms. Is there another way?

Half of American preschoolers with ADHD are given medication to treat their symptoms. A neuroscientist…


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Every Student Needs a Champion

A good teacher can affect your whole life

What effect is that of a good teacher? This writer’s whole life was affected by…


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My Son’s Gifts Sent Me Back to School

A woman becomes an advocate for her gifted son

How many parents go back to school to equip themselves to support their child’s education?…


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How To Apply for Financial Aid Without the Stress

Talk is cheap, but college isn't

By filling out the FAFSA, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, students alert schools…


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Earlier this week, a select group of online reporters were given the opportunity to sit down with First Lady Michelle Obama in the Old Family Dining Room in the East Wing of White House. Among those in attendance was iVillage’s Kelly Wallace, who spoke with Mrs. Obama about a wide range of topics, including her Let’s Move campaign against childhood obesity and creating a normal environment for her daughters Malia, 13, and Sasha, 10, despite residing at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. pulled a few parenting nuggets of wisdom from Michelle on keeping your kids grounded. —Anslem Samuel

First Lady Michelle Obama Celebrates ‘Let Girls Learn’ Throughout March

Peace Corps adds 23 new Let Girls Learn countries

Let Girls Learn, a government-wide effort that leverages U.S. investments in global primary school,…


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Women’s History Month: Amanda Ebokosia Empowers Marginalized Communities

Founder of the Gem Project is a ‘Millennial on a Mission’

For Women’s History Month, we’re highlighting a woman who, at 19, had the courage to…

By Robin White Goode

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Top Youth Volunteers in Each State Selected in National Awards Program

102 student volunteers are awarded $1,000, medallions and a trip to nation’s capital

The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards recognizes youth volunteers across the nation, awarding them $1,000,…


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Beat The Odds Gala Raises Over $1 Million, Celebrates Student Achievers

TV personality Star Jones hosted Children’s Defense Fund fete

The Children’s Defense Fund–New York held its annual Beat the Odds gala that raised more…


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Women’s History Month: Jacqueline Glass At the Well

Founder of At the Well Conferences Inc. provides safe space for bright girls of color

Jacqueline Glass, a graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary, is founder of At the Well Conferences…

By Robin White Goode

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You’re Not Ready for College Without Social and Emotional Skills

The need for self-discipline and forgiveness hasn't gone away---but how can they be measured?

Social and emotional skills may be the new buzzwords in education reform, but the need…


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How Two Young Professionals Built a Platform for HBCU Students and Graduates to Stay Connected

HBCU Buzz founders on growing their brand from the bottom up

HBCU Buzz founders talk growing a brand that keeps current students and alum connected

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World Book Day: The Putt Girl Series Celebrates Golf and Girls

Main character loves big words, lives in a diverse milieu

Looking for a great multicultural children’s book for World Book Day? Look no further than…

By Robin White Goode

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How to Intern Abroad in Europe this Summer

It’s not too late

Yes, you can intern in Europe this summer. Apply for your passport and visa now,…

By Robin White Goode

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Open Books Now, Open Doors Later

The Open Book Foundation increases access to low-income children

One way to increase literacy among children is to expose them to books. But strapped…

By Robin White Goode

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Young, Gifted & Black: High IQ Student Gets the Services He Needs

Future STEM major has a solid foundation to build on

A gifted youngster gets the services he needs to develop his potential. Now college bound,…

By Robin White Goode

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Should ‘Faculty Dean’ Replace ‘House Master’ at Harvard?

When words and symbols get polluted, it’s time to reject them

Some find the term “house master” to be anachronistic and unnecessary; others, a thoroughly reprehensible…

By Robin White Goode

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Cultural bias

Ask Sheree: When an Employee Suffers Cultural Bias

What should I do when I sense that my manager is culturally biased against me?

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How to Start a Profitable T-Shirt Business

T-shirts are contemporary wardrobe staples for men, women, and children today. Building an online T-shirt…

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