Post Tagged with: "education"
“Thank you for investing in our girls,” Michelle Obama said about the college scholarship program.
“Stories of students reaching higher continue to inspire me,” the former first lady said of her emotional talk with students at an alternative high school.
Elite NFL players who graduated from a historically Black college or university, and made history when going pro, were recognized.
Imelme Umana is a member of the law school’s class of 2018.
Three new mobile Dell PCs designed specifically to enhance the learning process
Boeing and educational partners have produced a collection of materials and tutorials for children.
"You see, our glorious diversity — our diversities of faiths and colors and creeds — that is not a threat to who we are, it makes us who we are."
Historically Black Colleges and Universities are essential to producing qualified STEM professionals. Tashni-Ann Dubroy, a chemist, former BASF manager and president of Shaw University, offers insight.
Student activism has led to Georgetown University taking steps to rectify its historic ties to the enslavement of African Americans.
Students of color and with disabilities are more likely to be suspended and/or physically restrained than white or able-bodied students, according to Education Department findings.
AG Pam Bondi under fire for allegedly seeking Trump’s money rather than helping residents who claimed Trump defrauded them.
The First Lady offered stirring words of wisdom touching on diversity, the dangers of Trump and how President Obama is “the son of a man from Kenya.”
A university official told DiversityInc Donovan Livingston “shared an important and urgent message in a powerful way.”
María Elena Salinas’ keynote speech was “too Latino-centric” for some grads and attendees, according to a student's account.
The movement Royall Must Fall helped put the wheels in motion.
But has an increase in Latinos and Blacks earning college degrees decreased the racial wealth gap?
A Dallas senator said Texas A&M students should face severe consequences.
There's now outrage in Virginia over an educational video on inequality that has been shown nationally for years.
Georgia education assistant superintendent jokes about lynching, Muslims, Gay people and nonwhite students.
The plight of Boston Latin School and Brooklyn Tech students goes viral. "How can you make it through this?"
One of the six girls in the photo apologizes, while a privileged school and community are placed in the national spotlight for racism.
Petition gets more than 9,000 signatures to change name of Yale’s Calhoun College due to “legacy of racism and blood.”
Protests on college campuses continue.