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GA Teacher Fired After Facebook Rant Mocking Disabled Kid

By Staff Blogger In a disturbing case in Georgia, a teacher at John’s Creek High School was just fired after chastizing a student on social media for having a learning disability. After a meeting with her school’s HR staff, Jennifer Lynch was removed from her teaching position with the Fulton County public school district last […]

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Teacher Fired for Teaching About “Central Park Five”, Accused of Inciting Black Kids to Riot

By Carolyn Tisdale The historic New York City news story about the so-called Central Park Five clearly describes a case of deep-seated racism and bigotry within our nation’s criminal justice system. In the late 1980s, five black and latino young men were falsely charged and later convicted of rape. All five men maintained their innocence […]

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Jackson State Seniors Develop Technology To Reduce Amputations From Diabetes

By Staff Blogger Two engineering students at Mississippi’s Jackson State University have developed an innovative tool that helps in the fight against diabetes. Chevan Baker (pictured left) and Jann Butler (pictured right) have invented what they call a “smart mat,” which is designed to help diabetics prevent leg and foot amputations. The smart mat measures […]

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School Worker and Mother of Five Accused of $ex With 14 Year Old Student

By Carolyn Tisdale In yet another disturbing case in America, a teacher or faculty member stands accused of committing a sex crime against a student at one of our nation’s public schools. Sara Moore, 35, an employee at St. Cloud Middle School in Osceola Couty, Florida is facing 10 counts of  sexual battery against a […]

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How To Raise Kids With a Millionaire Mindset

By: Victor Trammell There is an ancient proverb, which has even been traced to The Scriptures that states: “You can always judge a tree by the fruit that is born from it.” The logic explained here can definitely be metaphorically applied to parenthood. Mothers and fathers are the most immediate sources of influence for any […]

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How Public Schools Fail To Prepare Black Kids for College

By Staff Blogger Many middle and low-income black families across the United States currently rely on the nation’s public school systems in order for their children to be educated. Traditional K-12 public schools are funded primarily by state governments that gain these funds through the taxation of working-class state residents. In an ideal world, state […]

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African Student Studying at Morehouse Wins Rhodes Scholarship For MBA

By Victor Trammell Each year, non-British students studying at colleges and universities across the world are awarded the Rhodes Scholarship. This is an international post-graduate award, which gives students the opportunity to study at Oxford University, Britain’s oldest and most prestigious higher education institution. The Rhodes Scholarship is a highly coveted academic accolade that is […]

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Black Doll Makes Little White Girl Cry But Little Black Girls Love White Dolls

This video was shared with Theblackhomeschool.com by a reader and it absolutely shows why it is important for Black parents to be the primary teachers of their children. It is so important for Black mothers (and fathers) to teach little Black girls their value and their worth and that they are beautiful. How many Black […]

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Prestigious Prep School Covered Up $exual Assault of 26 Kids

By Staff Blogger A prominent prep school in Rhode Island just completed its own investigation of some troubling circumstances surrounding some serious accusations, which date back to the 1970s and 1980s. St. George’s School, a prep school in Middleton, RI revealed that 26 of its students were sexually assaulted by personnel members over an approximate […]

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Chicago Schools’ Finances are a Mess; Credit Rating Lowered Again

By Victor Trammell The U.S. city of Chicago has been making headlines over the last several years for all the wrong reasons. Besides earning the “Chiraq” moniker over its high rate of crime and violence, other internal factors are gaining negative attention. Low-quality education from the public school system is almost always a precursor to […]

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These Three Teens Developed an App To Tackle Police Brutality

By Carolyn Tisdale Police brutality against black people is and always has been a problem in the U.S. This week, a grand jury in Ohio failed to bring charges after the merciless killing of 12-year-old Tamir Rice, a young boy who was gunned down by police in Cleveland during the fall of 2014. There have […]

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Charter Schools: How Putting Profits Before Education in Public Schools Failed

By Victor Trammell Nationally accredited school districts across the U.S. appear to have the wrong idea when it comes to the most fundamental aspects of public education. Firstly, it comes down to how the duty of those in leadership is defined. School district superintendents deal with the same expectations that business executives have. School board members […]

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