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The Rucker Sisters Talk Managing Careers, Entrepreneurship, and Motherhood

These God-fearing, southern belles were taught that the world is limitless

Education has always been the focal point for success in the Rucker family. Born into…

By Daron Pressley

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Poverty and Disadvantage Hurts Boys More Than Girls

Even in the womb, boys are more affected by stress

Boys in the U.S. are falling behind, but boys in disadvantaged homes, or who are…

By Robin White Goode

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No Services for Gifted Children in Communities of Color

Concerned about 'the lack of equality," one mom says

Officials at the city’s Department of Education say there aren’t enough children who score high…

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Arne Duncan: Accreditors to Receive Greater Scrutiny

Student debt is rising. Graduation rates aren't.

Education Secretary Arne Duncan is preparing to unveil a package of proposals aimed at forcing…

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Interview With Author of RIISE Roadmap to Independent School Success & Beyond

E-guide to independent school culture seeks to equip families of color

RIISE Founder and President Gina Parker Collins discusses the unique education journey independent schools can…

By Robin White Goode

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U.K. School Bans Computers and iPads—at Home, Too

Students at London Acorn School learn without screens of any kind

A school in London for pupils up to age 14 bans the use of all…

By Robin White Goode

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This Week’s Highlights: The Best and the Brightest

Check out the biggest stories of the week

Here is a recap of this week’s highlights from news, career, education, small business, lifestyle,…

By Cristie Leondis

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Morehouse College Debate Team Wins First Tournament of Academic Year

HBCU students take home trophy for best overall performance

The Morehouse College Speech and Debate Team won its first tournament at the University of…

By Janell Hazelwood

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Thousands of MBAs Gather at NBMBAA Conference

The 37th annual event for black MBAs was a success

The National Black MBA Association (NMBAA) wrapped up their 37th annual conference in Orlando, FL.

By Aniesia Williams

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This Week’s Highlights: The Best and the Brightest

Check out the top trending news stories from this week

Here is a recap of this week’s highlights, some of the biggest news, tech, career,…

By Cristie Leondis

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Black Immigrants in U.S. Earning 30% More than U.S. Born Blacks

Different economies emerging for the ‘different flavors of black’

As the ‘different flavors of black’ emerge, different economies are also emerging. The Nielsen…

By Stacey Tisdale

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Should You Enroll Your High School Student in a Foreign Exchange Program?

6 benefits of high school study abroad programs

Here are six benefits of attending a foreign exchange program for high school students.

By Kandia Johnson

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CBCF Conference: Day 1 – Diversity in Tech and Black Female Voting Power

Hot topics from the 45th Annual Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Conference

For the next three days, the in-depth discussions on issues disproportionately impacting black communities will…

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Muslim 9th Grader Arrested, But Not Charged After School ‘Hoax Bomb’ Incident

Case shines light on profiling, school safety, and whether authorities are going too far

Recent arrest of Ahmed Mohamed, a Muslim, Texas teen whose invention was mistaken for a…

By Janell Hazelwood

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6 Online Tutoring Sites You Should Know About

On-demand tutoring services connect students with tutors, 24 hours a day/ 7 days a week

On-demand online tutoring services connect students with tutors, 24 hours a day/ 7 days a…

By Kandia Johnson

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Study: Black Students’ Discipline Rates are Highest in the South

Study reveals black students are suspended at disproportionate rates, especially in the South

Study reveals black students’ discipline rates are especially high in the south.

By Kandia Johnson

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Founder of MentorMe Talks Creating a Mentoring Platform for Youth

Britt Fitzpatrick creates mentoring platform focused on (K-12) and higher education mentoring

Britt Fitzpatrick Creates Mentoring Platform focused on (K-12) and higher education mentoring.

By Kandia Johnson

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4 Back-to-School Apps for Parents and Students

This technology helps parents and students navigate everyday challenges

Back-to-school apps help parents and students navigate everyday challenges.

By Kandia Johnson

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Tristan Walker

5 Tech Innovators Share Winning Career Advice

Black technology innovators share career advice on breaking boundaries in technology

Black technology innovators share career advice on breaking boundaries in technology.

By Kandia Johnson

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5 Educational Initiatives Parents and Caretakers Should Know About

National educational initiatives in STEM, mentorship, art, and international studies

National educational initiatives in STEM, mentorship, art, and international studies.

By Kandia Johnson

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How to Position Yourself As an Industry Authority

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‘I See You’: The Power and Beauty of Building Multiple Tribes of Professional Women

Women that make the time to find their tribes of professional sisters have a competitive…

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