Tag Archives: Education
Historically Black women's college welcomes first lady after 4 years of campaigning for her to appear
On May 15, First Lady Michelle Obama addressed the Class of 2011 at Spelman College,…
By Joyce E. Davis
Why are Black mothers being jailed for seeking a decent education for their children?
The rise of mothers like Kelly Williams-Bolar and Tanya McDowell being arrested for sending their…
By Caroline Clarke
What will it take for black students to excel in math and science?
African American youth spend about 50% more time with media than whites but they make…
By Marcia Wade Talbert
Prestigious fellowship helped spark success of exemplary doctors, authors, professionals
The Atlanta Post highlights achievements of exemplary African American Rhodes Scholars.
Politics and a massive deficit have left Motor City in financial turmoil. Will our children be forced to forfeit their education?
Detroit's school system is getting a failing grade (Thinkstock)
Detroit is in trouble—again. The city’s public…
By Tamara Warren
In a one-on-one with the nation's CFO, BE Editor-in-Chief Derek T. Dingle talked about putting America�s financial house in order
In our exclusive interview, BLACK ENTERPRISE Editor-In-Chief Derek T. Dingle talked with Geithner about the…
By Derek T. Dingle
A few noteworthy headlines from around the Web that you may have missed
Will.I.Am. Shows His Inel-Lect with New Tech Deal
Intel Corporation named The Black Eyed Peas frontman…
By Janel Martinez
Supporters say they provide unprecedented access to minorities; others caution buyers to beware
The for-profit education sector is a multi-billion dollar industry. In 2009, students attending for-profit institutions…