For the First Time, a Black Woman Will Lead The Harvard Crimson | The New York Times Kristine E. Guillaume will lead The Crimson’s “146th guard,” making her the third black president and first black woman to helm the organization since its founding in 1873.

Kristine E. Guillaume will lead The Crimson’s “146th guard,” making her the third black president and first black woman to helm the organization since its founding in 1873.

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College Board Under Fire for Deciding Black Student Did Too Well on Her SAT | The Root When Florida high school senior Kamilah Campbell’s SAT scores didn’t stack up the way she wanted, she worked hard to do better—but that might not matter now.

When Florida high school senior Kamilah Campbell’s SAT scores didn’t stack up the way she wanted, she worked hard to do better—but that might not matter now.

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Walmart heirs promote charter schools in Black community | The Philadelphia Tribune

Facebook0Twitter0MailSally Ho, The Philadelphia Tribune Amid fierce debate over whether charter schools are good for Black students, the heirs to the Walmart company fortune have been working to make inroads with advocates and influential leaders in the Black community. The Walton family, as the leading supporter of America’s charter school movement, is spreading its financial […]

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Meet Tytianna Smith 4.6 GPA, 29 ACT Score, 1.7 Million In Scholarships And Headed To HBCU Norfolk State University | Campus Lately Tytianna Smith is a graduating senior from Lafayette High School in Lafayette, Alabama.

Tytianna Smith is a graduating senior from Lafayette High School in Lafayette, Alabama.

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Historically black schools in Georgia see a surge in giving | Miami Herald

Facebook0Twitter0MailThe Associated Press , Miami Herald Spelman College Student Government Association president Jill Cartwright attends a class on April 9 Melissa Golden for Time. Featured Image ATLANTA Historically black colleges and universities are seeing an upsurge in support and donations. Last fiscal year, Spelman College in Atlanta raised a record $48 million in donations, The […]

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What led Chicago to shutter dozens of majority-black schools? Racism | The Guardian After Rahm Emanuel announced a wave of school closures in 2013, Chicagoans took to the streets in protest. But before we can understand whether the closings are racist, we must understand what racism is

After Rahm Emanuel announced a wave of school closures in 2013, Chicagoans took to the streets in protest. But before we can understand whether the closings are racist, we must understand what racism is.

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Ravens donate nearly $200,000 for upgrades to heating and AC in Baltimore elementary school | The Baltimore Sun Ravens announced Monday a donation of nearly $200,000 to Baltimore City Public Schools for upgrades to heating and air-conditioning units at Lakewood Elementary School in East Baltimore.

Ravens announced Monday a donation of nearly $200,000 to Baltimore City Public Schools for upgrades to heating and air-conditioning units at Lakewood Elementary School in East Baltimore.

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