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University Of Chicago Drastically Lowers Standards For Admission

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: uchicago.edu One of the most prestigious higher education institutions located in one of the major U.S. cities in the Midwest has lowered the bar for admission. According to Inside Higher Ed Magazine, the University of Chicago made an announcement on Thursday (June 14) that it will no longer require prospective undergraduate […]

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Asian-Americans Upset About Diversity Plan For “Fancy” NYC Schools

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: Mark Lennihan / Associated Press In New York City, New York, Mayor Bill de Blasio is the most visible member of leadership group that is spearheading an effort to racially diversify some of his municipality’s most elite middle and high schools. However, there is a dominant minority group that is not […]

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Black Children’s Book Takes Police Brutality Head On

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: Jennifer Zivoin/Magination Press An children’s book publishing imprint of the American Psychological Association (APA) has released a publication that every black parent in America needs to read to their child in today’s America. According to a recent report published by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution newspaper, the APA’s Magination Press children’s book imprint […]

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Teacher Makes Fun Of Black Child’s Hair On Social Media

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: Miramax Films/Instagram A substitute teacher in Canada has put themselves under fire over an Instagram post, which was publicly lauded as racially inflammatory. According to a recent report from the Brampton Guardian, a daily newspaper based in the Canadian province of Ontario, a supply teacher working in the Peel School […]

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Why White Kids in NY Schools Are More Likely Than Black Kids To Take Advanced Math

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: BYJUS.com The New York Equity Coalition is a multi-faceted education advocacy organization that is comprised of groups that are focused on civil rights, fair business practices, and socio-economic equality. According to the Times-Union, a newspaper based in the Albany, New York metropolitan area, the New York Equity Coalition published the […]

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Debate Looms Over Renaming School Named After Slave Owner

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: Max Larkin/WBUR Edward Devotion School is a K-8 institution located within the borders of the Brookline, Massachusetts public school district inside the city’s Coolidge Corner neighborhood. Founded in 1892, Edward Devotion School is one of the oldest primary education institutions in the state of Massachusetts. It is also one of the […]

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Why Is Suicide Highest For Black Kids Under 13?

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: iStock A terribly disturbing trend has surfaced among black children aged 5-12 years of age, according to a new report based on a research study conducted by the Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio. Dr. Jeff Bridge, (director of the Center for Suicide Prevention and Research at Nationwide Children’s Hospital) was the […]

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REPORT: Black Kids Have Suffered After Chicago’s 2013 School Closures

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: The Chicago Reporter/Twitter Too many times over the last two decades, the nation’s collective media consortium has unfortunately had to broadcast tragic reports about repeated massacres in schools across America. From the deadly Parkland, Florida mass school shooting this past February to the Santa Fe High School shotgun massacre in […]

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Homeschool Mom: Incompetent Schools Make Homeschool the Best Choice

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: Maranie R. Staab/PublicSource PublicSource is an independent news media outlet, which is based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. During the second week of May 2018, PublicSource.org published a special report for one of the publication’s segment titled “Let’s Talk About Race.” The in-depth, Mother’s Day-themed report was an essay written by a homeschooling mother named […]

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Deadly School Shooting In Santa Fe, Texas; Suspect Identified

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: Shutterstock Image In yet another terrifying incident of violence, a school shooting occurred on the morning of May 18, 2018 at  Santa Fe High School in Galveston County, Texas. According to a number of national and international news sources, a crazed gunman stormed an art class wearing a T-shirt with the […]

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NC Education Program Teaching Black Boys To Be Doctors

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: Greensboro Medical Society The percentage of American-born students who graduate from medical school to become doctors is shrinking significantly and this has been the case for a long time. When It comes to the amount of black men becoming doctors, the numbers get even more dismal. According to a September […]

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This 23-Year-Old PhD Grad Started College at 12

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: WECT-TV 6 The following success story is a testament of greatness, which proves that homeschooling your child is a tested and effective way to prepare them for a future of academic excellence. Nadine Nepper, a mother from the U.S. state of North Carolina raised a daughter named Julia Nepper (pictured […]

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