Trayon White Floats Bill to Help At-Risk Schools

D.C. Council member Trayon White (D-Ward 8) introduced legislation last week that would change the school funding formula for public…

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Goldson Gets $302K/Year Contract in Prince George’s

Monica Goldson and the Prince George's County school board agreed to a four-year contract worth $302,000 annually to oversee Maryland's…

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American University Offers Internship Program for Students

American University has created a program providing students with an opportunity to get their foot in the congressional door.

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Famed HBCU a Symbol of Black Independence

As the United States celebrates another Independence Day, the date also holds significance for Black Americans, as it marks the…

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U.Md. Computer Science Camp Inspires Girls

The three-year program seeks to diversify the computer science field by incorporating more minority representation.

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Black Teachers Positively Affect Black Students: Study

Black charter school students are far more likely to have a Black teacher than their peers enrolled in traditional public…

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American Library Association Conference Draws Thousands to D.C.

No other event in the world offers a better opportunity to learn about current issues and trends in library and…

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Prince George’s to Hold Hearing on Summer School Fees

A preliminary hearing set for next month in Prince George's County Circuit Court could determine whether the county's public school…

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Meharry Medical College Accepts Juul’s Sponsorship

Meharry Medical College, a 143-year-old historically Black institution in Tennessee, announced that it received its second-largest grant ever from e-cigarette…

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Schools CEO Monica Goldson recently unveiled her 2019-20 academic year Blueprint, which provides a detailed look at how critical funding…

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