Opponents of public school closures have new evidence of discrimination. A new study says school closures disproportionately harm Black and poor students.
A federal judge suspends school board elections in Ferguson, Missouri. He said the process discriminates against Black voters.
U.S. Secretary of Education John King shares his vision for education equity. NewsOne Now host Roland Martin and his panel evaluate King’s vision and the likely education policies of the presidential candidates.
Advocates and educators say teachers can play a major role in bridging communities and schools. Teachers who know the community they serve are more effective.
Author and educator Chris Emdin discusses cultural bias in the classroom. He suggests using hip-hop as a tool to engage Black students.
Studies show that students connect better to teachers who look like them. A group of Black teachers and education advocates discuss the value of diversity.
A federal judge blocks Obama’s transgender school bathroom rule. The plaintiffs accused the president of an overreach.
Principal Nadia Lopez has earned recognition for her inspirational programs. She’s even more determined to steer her students on the path to success.
An Indiana elementary school’s teachers are having honest discussions about race and power. The teachers are continuing the voluntary after school sessions for a third year.
Spelman College established a task force to consider whether to admit transgender students. The historically Black college would join a wave other elite women’s institution to make the policy change.