The Black Home School

Follow Us

The Black Home School

Black Boy Turned Away On First Day of School Because Of His Hair

By Victor Trammell and Nomalanga Mhauli-Moses Photo credits: Clinton Stanley, Sr. Over the last week or so, a private and predominantly white Christian school located in an Orlando, Florida suburb has been causing outrage over its treatment of a six-year-old black boy on his first day of school. According to the Washington Post, Clinton Stanley, […]

Read More

Michigan Students Suing State For Not Teaching Them To Read

By Victor Trammell and Nomalanga Mhauli-Moses  Photo credits: Carlos Osorio/Associated Press A sad state of academic affairs exists in the upper-Midwestern state of Michigan. Over a period of about 20 years, the Michigan Department of Education has totally controlled Detroit’s public school system. The state takeover occurred due to the city’s failure to operate independently […]

Read More

Here’s Where STEM Investors Can Find The Most Black Science Majors

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: StepUpCDU.org Careers in the academic fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) are becoming the most viable fields to pursue in a vast number of high-paying industries. Some of the world’s largest and most successful corporations have a strong demand for STEM workers. In addition to well-paying jobs that […]

Read More

Home-schooled 11-Year-Old Awarded Full-Ride Scholarship to Southern University

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: The Advocate One of the biggest misconceptions about home-schooled children is that the education they are receiving does not prepare them for the world of higher education. However, there have been a number of notable cases, which have made local and national headlines that prove this misconception to be a […]

Read More

Kevin Hart Grants College Scholarships To Youths From His Hometown

By Victor Trammell and Nomalanga Mhauli-Moses Photo credits: Getty Images Being a wealthy celebrity with the ability to give back to your hometown on a major scale is truly a blessing. NBA superstar Lebron James recently gave back to his hometown of Akron, Ohio by opening a public school there, which is for at-risk third […]

Read More

Ultra-Wealthy Kids Have Summer Camps To Learn How To Stay Wealthy

By Victor Trammell and Nomalanga Mhauli-Moses Photo credits: The Chicago Reader There are many people in the Western world who obtain wealth. However, when it comes to the elite inhabitants inside the real realm of opulence, staying wealthy is what matters most. For an example, a sizable percentage of the people who win the lottery […]

Read More

Racists Call Cops On Black Kid’s Hot Dog Stand But He Gets The Last Laugh

By Victor Trammell and Nomalanga Mhauli-Moses Photo credits: CNN News A despicable new trend has simultaneously emerged in 2018 during the middle of Donald Trump’s first term as POTUS: White people calling the police on black people for doing things that do not at all warrant an arrest. The abhorrent and downright racist craze was popularized […]

Read More

What Every Child At Lebron James’ School Receives Upon Enrollment

By Victor Trammell and Nomalanga Mhauli-Moses Photo credits: NBA.com Professional basketball megastar Lebron James (pictured) has been given “The King” as his nickname due to the way he has ruled opponents on the NBA’s world stage. However, take away the three NBA championship rings, the multiple Finals and regular season MVP awards, and the boatloads […]

Read More

This School District is Experimenting With Having No Grade Levels

By Victor Trammell and Nomalanga Mhauli-Moses Photo credits: NorthernCassSchool.org Traditional public schools in state-run and taxpayer-funded districts in municipalities all across the United States have a K-12th grade academic merit system that children and teens must maneuver. State governments often mandate that children in primary and secondary schools undergo standardized testing, which helps public educators […]

Read More

New Study Shows How Early Black Children Are Stereotyped In School

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: Thinkstock A new study published in a medical journal called Contemporary Educational Psychology has proven something that mainstream education advocates would like people to believe is non-existent. The July 2018 volume of Contemporary Educational Psychology contains a study titled Preservice Teachers’ Racialized Emotion Recognition, Anger Bias, and Hostility Attributions. The study’s lead author […]

Read More

American Library Association Endorses ‘Drag Queen Storytime’ In Public Schools

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: WomenAndChildrenFirst.com A controversial craze is sweeping across public schools in major cities all across the United States and Canada. According to a recent report published by Life Site News, the American Library Association is fully endorsing and coordinating a national reading program for primary school children called “Drag Queen Storytime.” […]

Read More

School District In This State Becomes The First To Legally Arm Teachers

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: WTTG Fox 5 News The unacceptable amount of mass shootings at schools across America has brought up the controversial issue of allowing school teachers to be armed in the classroom. Proponents of this idea claim that arming teachers with guns will save lives and protect students from harm in the […]

Read More