A 77-year-old Atlanta attorney earns his 8th college degree. He plans to use his masters in religion to work in prison ministries.
The Department of Education hosted a national teacher diversity summit. It also released new data on the issue.
The Department of Education reported a record number of civil rights complaints. Sec. of Education John King told NewsOne that he’s optimistic, but there’s more work to do.
After breaking several records throughout the season, Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry was chosen as the league’s MVP on Tuesday, becoming the very first unanimous choice in NBA history. “I never really set out to change the game. I never thought that would happen in my career,” said Curry as he accepted his award. […]
Despite passing a drug test, Wake County, N.C. school officials upheld a student’s suspension because her hands smelled of weed. The sophomore’s mother must appeal to the school board to clear her daughter’s record.
A failing Texas school becomes one of the state’s best performing schools. The community and school officials created a partnership that turned things around.
A Mississippi school district remains successfully integrated since the 1970s. Clinton, Mississippi has one school organized by grade level.
Iowa City Police are investigating the attack of a University of Iowa student as a hate crime. The victim’s family said the attack was unprovoked.
A Utah school district punishes a White teacher for using the N-word during a history class. The teacher said he meant no harm in using the word to explain its meaning before showing students the film ‘Glory.’
Secretary of Education John King talks with NewsOne about elevating the teaching profession. He wants to give teachers a voice and prepare them for the 21st century classroom.