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Meet The 4 Year Old Who Has Read Over 1000 Books

By: Krystle Crossman Reading is an incredibly important skill that children learn from a very young age. Exposing your children to books while they are infants has proven to be very beneficial to not only the child but to the parents as well. This was the case with now four-year-old Daliyah. Her mother, Haleema Arana, […]

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Why Are Home-schoolers In This NY District Treated Differently?

By Victor Trammell In one New York public school district, home-school parents are observing that their children are not being held to the same standard as children who are conventionally educated. According to a recent report from One News Now, home-school parents in New York’s Horseheads Central School District were receiving equivalency letters from their area’s […]

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Here is a Great Example of the Praise Homeschooling is Getting Globally

By Victor Trammell In the Southeast Asian nation of Malaysia, homeschooling is getting a strong endorsement from groups that claim that it is a better alternative for teaching children in light of the rising costs of private education. According to the Free Malaysia Today newspaper, the Homeschooling Hub Malaysia Facebook (HHMF) group is contributing to the […]

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Threats From ‘KKK Twitter’ Lead to Heavy Police Presence at Numerous Schools

By Victor Trammell By using social media, America’s most notorious domestic terrorist organization struck caution into a community in Annapolis, Maryland by lodging a series of online threats directed at black school students. According to the Annapolis Patch newspaper, police swarmed Annapolis High School and Arundel High School on Tuesday morning (January 10th) in response […]

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Superintendent in Arkansas Claims Public Schools Are Better Than Homeschooling

By Victor Trammell In America, the number of parents taking their children out of public school to home-school them is increasing steadily as time goes on. This growing phenomenon is worrying a lot of public school district administrators, as well as those who sit on state and local boards of public education. These worries exist for a variety of reasons. […]

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Johannesburg’s Modern Day Mozart

By Victor Trammell A child prodigy from Johannesburg, South Africa is wowing the world with his skills as a superior violinist. Pendo Masote (pictured), 12, has made headlines on CNN and other major media outlets for his exemplary skills on the violin. The Daily Sun called Pendo the “King of Strings.” His renditions of classical […]

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Jeanette Epps Has Made History As the First African-American on the Space Station

By: Krystle Crosman In May 2018 history will be made thanks to Astronaut Jeanette Epps. NASA has confirmed that Epps will be the first African-American woman to be a crew member aboard the international space station. There have been 14 black astronauts that have been sent into space over the last few decades however they […]

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People Thought This Black College’s Band Wouldn’t Play at Trump’s Inauguration; Now It Is

By Victor Trammell Talledega College in the U.S. state of Alabama is a historically black higher education institution, which was founded in America 150 years ago. It is located in Talledega, Alabama. Though Talladega College may be a small school that isn’t well-known, it is one of the longest-standing HBCUs in America. This school also […]

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This Local Chinese School District Does NOT Want Foreign Influence On Its Schools

By Victor Trammell There used to be private schools in Shanghai, China that provided classes, which taught children how to adjust to attending college in foreign nations. Shanghai is a coastal city in East China that is considered to be a financial hub for the nation and its gateway to the world. However, the Shanghai Municipal […]

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Band at ‘Louisiana’s Most Racist High School’ to Play at Trump’s Inauguration

By Victor Trammell The marching band of the so-called “most racist high school in the state of Louisiana” is making headlines again for something that people should not be surprised about because of the school’s long history of creating controversy. Raw Story reported on Friday (January 6th) that the marching band at West Monroe High […]

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Kids Did Better Academically as Education Spending Grew in South Africa

By Victor Trammell For the first time in a three-year period, school children in South African education institutions have gotten better grades and graduated more as national education spending increased in the nation. Bloomberg reported on January 4th that South Africa’s Basic Education Minister made a speech about the nation’s academic progress, which has been attributed […]

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Guess Where It Is Now Illegal To Spank Your Kids?

By Victor Trammell Spanking children as a preventative consequence for bad behavior or incorrigible acts has been seen for a long time as a controversial disciplinary procedure. Some parents (and even educators) see spanking as totally necessary and do it whenever they see fit. Others see it as heavy-handed and not needed in order to […]

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