Education

The Congressional Bipartisan HBCU Caucus sent a letter pressing AG Merrick Garland and FBI Director Christopher Wray to act on Black college bomb threats. The post Congressional HBCU Caucus Presses DOJ, FBI Over Ongoing Bomb Threats At Historically Black Colleges appeared first on NewsOne.

Take the time to celebrate World Teachers’ Day with these famous celebrities, who were once someone’s favorite teacher.

From Fall 2019 to Fall 2021, enrollment fell 18 percent for all Black students. That's 23.5 percent and 15 percent for Black men and Black women, respectively. The post Black Student Enrollment At Community Colleges Has Declined Since The Pandemic appeared first on NewsOne.

  Notre Dame Of Maryland announced Tuesday that the university will become co-ed in the Fall of 2023 after 125 years as a women’s college. The school said it was a unanimous decision by the NDMU Board of Trustees. “The Board recognized that in order for NDMU to flourish for years to come, we needed […] The post Notre Dame Of Maryland To Become Co-Ed After 125 Years appeared first on 92 Q.

A new course for AP students seeking to earn college credit is devoted to teaching about the comprehensive African-American experience. The College Board has made the program available to 60 unnamed high schools across the country, with plans to expand nationwide to all interested high schools in the 2024-2025 school year. The post New AP African American Studies Course Debuts This Fall appeared first on The Latest Hip-Hop News, Music and Media | Hip-Hop Wired.

Many Black borrowers owe more than $10,000. On average, Black borrowers owe $52,000 in student loan debt. The post President Biden Expected To Announce $10k Student Debt Relief, But NAACP Says It’s Not Enough appeared first on NewsOne.

Rashunda Pitts isn't the first Black parent compelled to file a lawsuit for similar reasons. The post Mom Suing School Over Cotton Picking Project Spotlights Trend Of Misguided Slavery Related Lessons appeared first on NewsOne.

We had both the honor & pleasure to be a special guest at the 2022 HBCU Presidents Dinner in Washington, D.C. Here's what went down.

With monkeypox, COVID-19, mass shootings, and more, parents are super worried about sending their kids back to school.

HBCU alum Judge Tarik Sugarmon defeated incumbent Dan Michael becoming the first Black person to lead Shelby County Juvenile Court in Memphis.   The post HBCU Alum Becomes First Black Juvenile Court Judge In Memphis appeared first on NewsOne.