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Researchers Suggest Children Should Stay Away from School Until Age 8

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: Fat Camera/Getty Images The charitable division of a major toy production and manufacturing company funded a study conducted by researchers at Cambridge University, which found that children should be educated far different than they generally are. The Lego Foundation funded a multi-million dollar professorship at Cambridge that was focused on making […]

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High School Graduation Requirements Don’t Qualify For College In Most States

By Victor Trammell All across the United States of America, teens at a vast number of high schools are being sold short by the public school systems that many of their parents pay for in tax revenue. According to a very recently published report by the Center for American Progress (CAP), 46 U.S. states are […]

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Meet Malachi Jones: Heading To Columbia Univ. After Winning Gold Medal Portfolio – Highest Honor

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: Charleston County School of the Arts Middle & High School A black male high school senior who attends classes in Charleston, South Carolina has punched his ticket to an elite northeastern university on the strength of a fantastic academic achievement. According to Black Enterprise Magazine, Malachi Jones (pictured) is the winner […]

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Black Teen Drop-out Goes Back To School After Seeing Black Panther

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: Black Women of Brazil A teenage black boy who dropped out of high school in his native country of Brazil, South America was inspired to do something very constructive with his life after he viewed Marvel’s Black Panther at a movie theater this year. BlackWomenOfBrazil.co reported on Thursday (March 29) that Renato […]

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TN Teenpreneur Launches Black Butterfly Beautiful Subscription Box

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: A. Lever Studio A teenpreneur from the southern city of Memphis, Tennessee is using her life experiences to run her own business, which was formed to uplift, and inspire, educate. According to the Chicago Tribune, Journi Prewitt (pictured) is the founder of Black Butterfly Beautiful, a monthly subscription box specially designed […]

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Education About STEM Is Not Key, Says Google

Photo credits: Kidzu In December [2018], The Washington Post ran an opinion piece exploring the results of several in-house studies conducted by tech giant Google that raised some questions over the conventional wisdom surrounding the importance of a STEM education on careers in the digital age. “No student should be prevented from majoring in an area they love based on […]

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New Poll Reveals Teachers’ Feelings About Carrying Guns To School

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: Jessica Kourkounis/Getty Images The debate over arming teachers in schools is becoming more prevalent as the number of deadly school shootings is starting to be increasingly more consistent in today’s national school system. President Donald Trump himself and the U.S. Department of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos are two key figures […]

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FL Teacher To Students: Don’t Date N!ggaz, “they are not worth it”

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: Action News Jax A middle school teacher in Jacksonville, Florida has been reprimanded for racist insults, which he hurled at black boys in the classroom. According to an investigative report by Action News Jax (a local media outlet affiliated with CBS and Fox), David Swinyar, a teacher at Kernan Middle […]

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10-Year-Old “Little Miss Flint” Helps 800 Low-Income Kids See ‘Black Panther’

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: Twitter Everybody needs a hero. Especially the children in the forgotten predominantly black town of Flint, Michigan, which has been ravaged by a water crisis that has made life very hard for them. However, the biblical story of Samuel shows that children are never too young to start doing the […]

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[WATCH] FL School Teacher “Hero” Called Coward Who Left Students To Be Slaughtered In School Shooting

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: South China Morning Post Jim Gard (pictured center) once heralded himself to the media as a heroic teacher who sacrificed his own life to save the lives of students during the February 14 massacre at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Gard conducted a phone interview with CBS Miami […]

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MS Is About To Allow Teachers To Be Armed In Schools

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: WREG-TV A special committee within the Mississippi State Senate has passed a bill, which will allow teachers and staff members inside the state’s public and private schools to be armed. According to WREG-TV, a CBS-affiliated local news station based in Memphis, Tennessee, Mississippi’s Senate Judiciary Committee is now one step […]

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FL Middle School Teacher Is White Nationalist Podcaster

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: Twitter/Crystal River Middle School A child educator in the U.S. state of Florida has been exposed by a national media source as a podcasting racist who lives a double life. A Saturday (March 3) report published by the Huffington Post revealed that Tiana Dalichov, the host of a white nationalist podcast […]

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