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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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 Happens When a College’s Affirmative-Action Policy Is Found Illegal | The Atlantic A Supreme Court case found that the University of Michigan was using race in admissions the wrong way. Then the state stepped in, and minority enrollments dropped.

A Supreme Court case found that the University of Michigan was using race in admissions the wrong way. Then the state stepped in, and minority enrollments dropped.

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The Common App Will Stop Asking About Students’ Criminal Histories | The Atlantic The change may be the biggest help to low-income students of color, who are disproportionately likely to have been convicted of a crime.

The change may be the biggest help to low-income students of color, who are disproportionately likely to have been convicted of a crime.

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Black higher education after the Civil War | The Weekly Challenger In “From Slavery to Freedom: A History of Negro Americans,” initially published in 1947, John Hope Franklin and Alfred A. Moss, Jr., examined the history of Negro education during and after the Reconstruction era.

In “From Slavery to Freedom: A History of Negro Americans,” initially published in 1947, John Hope Franklin and Alfred A. Moss, Jr., examined the history of Negro education during and after the Reconstruction era.

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