Carolyn Clifford is looking at an effort by Detroit Public Schools Community District to link kids with Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
- Modesto Bee
It’s the largest donation in the district’s history.
College Professors Are Revealing What Students Don't Understand About Their Work, And I Am Diligently Taking Notes
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- Kansas City Star
The Olathe Northwest High School teacher and coach is accused of having sexual intercourse with a student several times, both at his home and at the school, according to police.
Gen Z is driving most workplace trends—but we should be listening to millennials and boomers instead
Gen Z is the smallest generation. So why are we listening to their workplace complaints?
A Chinese mother who was admitted to the same prestigious university as her son has inspired netizens with her story, which went viral on social media. Chen Lan, a nurse of 29 years in eastern China, was admitted to the Zhejiang University as a PhD candidate a year after son was accepted into the institution, according to China Daily. Chen, who is in her late 40s, became an inspiration to many people in China who also wish to pursue their dreams despite their age.
- Raleigh News and Observer
While acknowledging that the proposed equity policy my mean “discomfort” for some, supporters say it is necessary.
- Associated Press
A University of Arizona professor who authorities say was fatally shot on campus by a former graduate student was an expert on desert water issues who faculty and former students described as a kind and brilliant colleague. School officials identified Thomas Meixner, who had headed the school’s Department of Hydrology and Atmospheric Sciences, as the victim in Wednesday afternoon’s shooting. “This incident is a deep shock to our community, and it is a tragedy,” University President Robert Robbins said in a statement late Wednesday.
The Biden administration has agreed to hold off on launching the student loan forgiveness application—for now.
- The Conversation
Graduation is less likely for students at less selective schools. Andy Sacks via Getty ImagesThe Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments in two lawsuits on Oct. 31, 2022, brought by a group that opposes affirmative action in college admissions. Here, Natasha Warikoo, a sociology professor at Tufts University and author of the newly released “Is Affirmative Action Fair?: The Myth of Equity in College Admissions,” shares insights on how the racial and ethnic makeup of student bodies at select
This World Teachers' Day, U.S. educators are suffering from post-pandemic burnout and sweeping staff shortages. Read what one former principal says is the solution to getting educators back in schools.
Uvalde parents were outraged the school district hired a cop who was being investigated for her conduct during the mass shooting. Now she's been fired.
After pushback from parents and a state senator, the school district announced Thursday that Crimson Elizondo was fired from her position.
Black Student Claims He Was Racially Profiled At Michigan School By Officers Who Accosted Him And Alleged His ID Was Fake
Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan is under scrutiny after a viral video captured a confrontation between two police officers on campus and a Black student who was accused of showing a fake ID. The clip begins with one of the officers grabbing the Black student’s hands as he insists tha
For borrowers worried about paying off existing student loans, President Joe Biden's debt forgiveness plan -- announced in August -- may have provided some relief. Important: This Credit Score Mistake...
- Miami Herald
A Fort Lauderdale High School student died by suicide Thursday morning on the school campus, according to Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue Battalion Chief Steve Gollan, who emphasized the need to raise awareness about student mental health issues.
- Yahoo Finance
On a recent episode of "Influencers with Andy Serwer," Education Secretary Miguel Cardona attributed recent teacher shortages in the US to relatively low pay and lack of respect for the profession.
MacKenzie Scott donates $20 million to California school district where 83% of students are considered low-income
Billionaire philanthropist MacKenzie Scott has donated $20 million to public schools in a part of California where about one in five people lives in poverty. “There’s 20 million reasons to be excited,” said Fresno Unified School District superintendent Bob Nelson as officials announced the donation, which will go to the Fresno Unified Education Foundation, the Fresno Bee first reported. The foundation’s board will decide over the next several months how to deploy the money, but two ideas are already top of mind, Fresno Unified School district spokeswoman Nikki Henry told MarketWatch.
- Yahoo Finance
College enrollments continue to drop in the U.S. as students seek alternatives to the traditional university experience.
- Raleigh News and Observer
A Johnston County school board member is censured for the second time in 2 months. He’s now accused of texting during a meeting about a school district employee that he acknowledges was “a lapse of judgment.”
A Wisconsin conservative group is suing Biden's student-loan forgiveness because it intentionally helps Black borrowers
The group argues that Biden's plan to cancel student debt has an "improper racial motive" and is unconstitutional. They're seeking to halt the plan.
- Travel Noire
The HBCU homecoming experience is unmatched and the 2022 Homecoming season is already in full swing.