education

Senate Education Committee chairman John Eichelberger reportedly said during a town hall meeting that he blames failing urban school systems for minority students dropping out of college and that money would be better spent training them for vocational programs.

Marvel Comics character Riri Williams, an African-American woman superhero, was featured in MIT’s admissions video.

The annual "Retool Your School" grant campaign awards accredited HBCU's the opportunity to secure grant funding for campus reinvigoration.

John Wilson, President, Morehouse College, says he doesn’t know if Trump’s HBCU executive order will make an impact.

HBCUs are still relevant in training skilled educators at a time when teacher diversity is needed.

3/1/17- Roland Martin talks to Omarosa Manigault and Howard University’s Dr. Greg Carr about the HBCU executive order, Pell Grants and more. “It tells the agency what the President wants to get done. This President has done this within the first 40 days. We’ve moved the Executive Director from three tiers down, which is where President […]

Byron Jones, the EVP and CFO of University of Phoenix, talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about Saving Tomorrow, Today, a partnership with Florida A&M University to offer online courses for minority K12 students and prepare them for higher education while also helping to create a pipeline for future HBCU attendance. Click the link below to […]

  Howard University President Wayne Frederick welcomed U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos with open arms. Only time will tell if Frederick made a wise decision. DeVos, the polarizing Education Secretary, got her first photo-op at a historically Black college since her razor-thin confirmation thanks to Frederick’s high-profile meeting. A billionaire who is facing mounting […]

The University of Phoenix and NewsOne release an education documentary. It explores innovative solutions to complex educational problems in the African American community.

Predominantly Black Prince George's County Public Schools touts its rising graduation rate. Administrators implemented measures that paid off.

A survey finds that most teachers hesitate to introduce social media in the classroom. Here are three ways to get started.

People are turning to social funding platforms like GoFundMe to pay tuition. Generous strangers are making education goals possible.