A new report says schools are accepting technology from companies that are data mining students. The researchers say students are vulnerable to privacy violations and harmful marketing.
A teenage mother bounced from home-to-home but remained focused on earning her college degree. She credits the support from a college diversity program for her success.
Desegregation has stalled, showing growing disparities – especially for poor Black and Hispanic students.
A federal court orders Cleveland, Mississippi to desegregate its secondary schools. The judge approved a Justice Department plan to consolidate the middle and high schools.
A North Carolina school board lifted its ban on students carrying Mace and pepper spray on campus. This comes in response to the DOJ’s civil rights lawsuit against the state’s bathroom law.
A kindergarten teacher lost her temper and now faces felony charges for assaulting her student. Her lawyer says she was defending herself after a 7-year-old shoved her first.
The Obama administration plans to direct school districts to allow transgender students to use bathrooms that match their identity. School officials will receive guidance on implementation.
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.