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Black Caucus Foundation to Host Forum on Black Males and Education

From the CBCF: The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBCF) will host a Milwaukee-based education symposium focusing on student-led thoughts to improve the education system from...

Chicago and Aurora: The Value of Each Life and Equal Recognition

“Our words seem small beside the loss you have endured. But I found a few I wanted to share today. I've received a lot...

Oprah, Reagan and Mitt Romney’s Views on Education

Asked nearly half a dozen times whether or not he would overturn President Obama’s decision to stop deporting undocumented youth, affording them the opportunity...

America’s Got Talent – But, No Educational Opportunities

Many struggling Americans, especially people of color, are faced with the systematic theft of a good education

When the Teachers Bully the Kids

With budget cuts pushing good teachers out, look for a rise of bad teachers permeating the system

Cleveland Mayor Gambles a Game Change

Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson thinks he can change the city's schools

“Sin City” Saying Something With First Black School Board Prez

Positive news has hit Las Vegas and it has surprisingly little to do with the area’s gaming or tourism industries. And it's not about...

Are Public School Teachers Overpaid?

by Jason Richwine and Andrew Biggs, Heritage Foundation   The teaching profession is crucial to America’s society and economy, but public-school teachers should receive compensation that...

Atlanta Public Schools Rocked by Cheating Scandal

This week, investigators reported that close to 200 Atlanta school administrators, principals and teachers had changed children’s test scores on Georgia’s standardized tests in...

Newton, MA Mayor Setti Warren to Challenge Sen. Scott Brown in...

Freshman U.S. Senator Scott Brown, a Republican, already has some noted competition in Massachusetts lining up to take his spot in office next year. One of the candidates, Setti Warren, the mayor of Newton, has added his name to the hat.