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Using Laptops in Class? It Won’t Help and It Could Hurt

West Point study, like others, nixes tech in the classroom

My point is we need to ask questions about what really works in education, pre-K-college,…

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How Our Education System is Short-changing Talented Minorities

Good intentions alone will not endow educators with the ability to see potential where they don’t expect to find it

Northern California is not alone in short-changing talented minorities in the education system.

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The Math Lady Pivots in Response to the New SAT

Her mission? To help you get over your fear of math

“I have done a comparison and seen quantifiable proof of an increase of 50 points…

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The Coalition of Schools Educating Boys of Color Celebrates Its 10th Year

COSEBOC’s Gathering of Leaders edifies and educates

Ron Walker, executive director of the Coalition of Schools Educating Boys of Color, says the…

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Obama the Sixth U.S. President to Deliver Keynote at Howard

148th commencement for the historically black university

“So make no mistake, Class of 2016. You’ve got plenty of work to do,” said…


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college acceptance

Your College Acceptance CAN Be Rescinded

How to prevent that from happening

Is college acceptance a time for celebration? Yes, but stay the course–now is not the…


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White House Rolls Out Summer and Year-round Jobs for Youth

$21 million in grants to be invested

Summer opportunities have been shown to divert youth from criminal involvement and reduce overall violence…

By Robin White Goode

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We Need Better Ways to Predict Student Success

Dominque Jordan Turner of Chicago Scholars explains

Employers and institutions of higher education clearly believe that measurements like ACT scores and grade…


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[Op-Ed] Why We Need To Support LGBT Youth in Schools

Millions of students are victims of bullying each school year, too many LGBT youth live in fear

For too many youth, the most memorable moments of the school day are not about…

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GAO Report Cites Evidence of Growing Isolation, Disparities in Education

On the anniversary of Brown, we have a long way to go

• Less than half of these schools offered AP math courses, compared to the availability of…

By Robin White Goode

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National Black Child Development Week May 16 – May 21

Advocates across the country launch week of action to mobilize and empower families

NBCDW’s intent is to raise awareness around the need for early learning centers and schools…

By Robin White Goode

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Can We Spend Less on Health by Investing in Education?

Virginia Commonwealth University Center on Society and Health connects the dots

Americans without a high school diploma are living sicker, shorter lives than they did in…

By Robin White Goode

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Are Student Loans Derailing Your American Dream?

Options to make the loan burden less so

Unlike many of her peers, Denesia Rodgers is married, a homeowner, and a mother—all the…

By Robin White Goode

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The Relationship Foundation Equips Students with Communication Skills

Social-emotional curriculum strengthens resilience, enhances critical thinking

According to TRF, research shows that more than 75% of mental health disorders have their…

By Robin White Goode

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Economic Facts Affecting Your Child’s Education | Fact 14

Charter schools can be effective – or not

Bottom line: Charter schools are not a panacea. The best charter school networks, like KIPP,…

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Scholarships for Women Over 40

Need funding so you can go back to school?

A few acknowledge that women’s education tends to get interrupted by the demands of family…

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East Harlem

Union Settlement Prepares East Harlem Students for College

The College Readiness Program has helped 20,000 young people

Key to Union Settlement’s work is providing educational resources and training that prepare young people…

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Will High School Graduation Rates Reach 90% by 2020?

GradNation report examines progress and obstacles

The majority of black and brown high school students you encounter every day—a startling 63%—attend…

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UNCF Awards to Improve Graduates’ Job Placement Outcomes

UNCF Career Pathways Initiative distributes $2.55 million in planning grants

The rigorous and competitive grant process opened in December 2015 to 87 eligible public and…

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NACME Supports Underrepresented Engineering Students

Connectivity 2020 strategy focuses on internships, full-time hires

We’re adding the career focus to more aggressively connect our scholars to our corporate partners…

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hire talent

How to Hire Talent That Will Complement Your Team and Culture

People make the difference. You can have incredible systems and procedures in place, the right software…

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How to Deal With Grief While at Work

Regardless of where you live in the world, all of us in some way have…

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