Dr. Steve Perry

No new charter schools. That’s the request from the NAACP. The historic and iconic civil rights organization has approved a resolution calling for a moratorium on the expansion of Charter Schools in America. The resolution states in part: “Charter schools have contributed to the increased segregation rather than diverse integration of our public school system… “Weak oversight […]

Educator and author Chris Emdin has some practical advice for teachers who want to more effectively teach and reach Black students and has detailed these practices in his new book, "For White Folks Who Teach in the Hood and the Rest of Y'all too: Reality Pedagogy and Urban Education."

  Roland Martin talks to Dr. Steve Perry about his partnership with Sean Diddy Combs about their new charter school in Harlem. “He approached me saying…

Dr. Steve Perry is a man on mission — a mission to help educate African-American youth. According to www.WeareCapitalPrep.org, the goal is simple — provide…

Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) joined Roland Martin Tuesday on “NewsOne Now” for an exclusive interview to discuss education in America, school choice and the Choice…

For nearly 40 years, University of Phoenix has been helping working adults attain their education and career goals. To continue this support, we are providing…

Dr. Steve Perry, Karen Carter Peterson, John Hope Bryant talked with Roland Martin on the Empowerment Stage during this year’s “Essence” Festival. Dr. Perry explained the…

In a shocking exposé, it was revealed that PS 106 in Far Rockaway, Queens, is New York City’s worst school. Students are reportedly left without…

What should we make of the latest indicator of how our children are performing in reading and math? As reported, results from the 2013 National Assessment of Educational…

It’s about time the notorious educator has penned his own manifesto. The unapolgetic candor of Dr. Steve Perry has made him a pioneer in the US Education Reformation Movement. Perry challenges apatheic teachers and uninvested poiticians who accept mediocrity as an appropriate standard for children of color or socioeconomic classification. -D.N. Shropshire