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Black Texas Middle School Girl Called An “Ape” & “Slave” By Racist Bullies; Her Father Says The School Did Nothing

By Victor Trammell A middle school located in Georgetown, Texas is under heavy scrutiny after a 12-year-old black girl who attends the school claimed that she was constantly bullied by racist students without the district doing anything about it. According to a very recent report by the Austin-American Statesman newspaper, a written report by officials at James N. Tippit […]

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This Charter School Treats Traumatized Kids By Never Punishing Them

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: NOLA College Prep/Twitter An elementary charter school in New Orleans, Louisiana has a different approach when it comes to providing discipline for students who have dealt with traumatizing situations throughout their short lives. Generally, charter schools all across the country are known as hardline education institutions that are tough on […]

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Adorable 9-Year-Old Uses Her YouTube Channel To Run A Business

By Victor Trammell A young girl from London, England is proving to the world that it is never too early to learn how to be a savvy business person. The Voice, a black-owned British newspaper reported recently that Na’ariyah Kamare Hall (pictured) is already getting her start as a successful entrepreneur. The nine-year-old media darling has […]

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3 Out Of 4 Black Boys In CA Can’t Pass State Reading Test

By Victor Trammell The just released standardized test results for public school systems in the U.S. state of California looked very dismal for black boys, according to a recently published report. CALmatters.org reported on May 31st that 75 percent of California’s black boys in public school do not meet the minimum standards for reading competency. CALmatters is […]

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NE-YO Co-Sponors Free Three-Week Summer Coding Camp For Kids In Silicon Valley

By Victor Trammell Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter NE-YO (pictured) made headlines several weeks ago when he made a sizable financial contribution to a Silicon Valley coding school with a good track record of helping students of color. Upon investing his part of a $2.3 million dollar contribution into San Francisco, California’s Holberton School of Software Engineering, NE-YO was […]

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11th Grader With 4.43 GPA Already Has 33 Full-Ride Scholarship Offers

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: Scout.com A high school football player from the southern state of North Carolina has just proved to the world that his skills go far beyond an innate ability to dominate the field. Zahara Hill, an editorial fellow for the Black Voices column at the Huffington Post reported in her article published […]

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This D.C. Public School Lost Over 25% Of Its Teaching Staff In The Last Academic Year

By Victor Trammell The public school district of the nation’s capital is attempting to stem the figurative bleeding, which has resulted from a large increase in teachers leaving their positions at various schools. According to the Washington Post, Ballou High School in Southeast Washington D.C. has lost over a quarter of its teachers since the […]

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Why Black Kids Are Thriving At This Boarding School

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: isma.edu A specialized STEM public boarding school called  Illinois Math and Science Academy (IMSA) is helping a good number of gifted black students reach their full academic potential. Located in the city of Aurora, Illinois, IMSA serves bright and academically strong school-aged minors in grades 10 through 12. IMSA was created by […]

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Texas Teen Voted “Most Likely to Blend in with White People” by Teacher

By: Krystle Crossman Teachers seem to be more brazen these days with what they are handing out to their students. The latest victim is 7th grader Sydney Caeser who attends Anthony Aguirre Junior High School in Channelview, Texas. The teachers handed out superlative certificates at the end of the year that are supposed to build […]

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Being Too Strict at Home Can Have a Negative Impact on Your Child’s Education

By: Krystle Crossman Being a strict parent is not a bad thing. It sets limits and boundaries for your child and helps them to become more independent in adulthood. There is such as a thing as too strict however and studies are showing that being too strict at home can have an enormous negative impact […]

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This Pastor Got 12 Months In Prison For Homeschooling His Kids

By: Krystle Crossman Cuba is very strict on their education system and how it is run. It is illegal for parents to homeschool their children. They feel that homeschooling is run based on a “capitalist foundation” so they have banned it in the country, even if it is better for some families that traditional schooling. […]

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School Bans Pregnant Teen From Walking At Graduation

By: Krystle Crossman At the Heritage Academy in Hagerstown, Maryland there is a very strict code that all students must abide by. When they enter their school year they must sign a pact that states that they will not have premarital s*x, they will not drink, and they will not do drugs. This code is […]

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