Virtual suspensions. Mask rules. More trauma.

Schools across the country have promised that they will focus on addressing…


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Education Beyond the Classroom

The biggest obstacle in providing for our youth — especially those from fragile…


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Craig Richardson and Tim Robustelli: Forsyth needs long-term solutions to housing loss

Last week, protesters in Winston-Salem called for reinstatement of North…


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Research Brief: Models of Success

This Project looks at the role of HBCU STEM faculty supporting student success.…


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NHL announces initiatives to combat racism, accelerate inclusion efforts

The League will work with its long-standing partners at the Thurgood Marshall…


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Student Debt: An Overlooked Barrier to Increasing Teacher Diversity

On average, Black teachers earn $2,700 less per year than white teachers, and…


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Disaggregating Data By Race Allows for More Accurate Research

In God we trust. All others must bring data. -W.E. Deming Diversity is a…


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COVID-19 Crisis Offers Chance to Challenge the Status Quo, Including the Persistent Lack of Teacher Diversity

Until we, across the education community, deliberately prioritize diversity —…


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U.S. Schools Struggle to Hire and Retain Teachers

When indicators of teacher quality (certification, relevant training,…


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Building A Pipeline of HBCU Scholars Helps to Decolonize Research

Webinar: Framing and Maintaining a Research Agenda focuses on the steps…


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Effective Strategies to Impact Policies and Practices for School Change

The greatest barrier I have encountered in teacher-leadership is the…


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Study reveals minority cities continue to be hit the hardest amid COVID-19

NEW YORK — Dr. Harry Williams, CEO of Thurgood Marshall college fund spoke with…


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Fragile Communities: Study Highlights Police Mistreatment, Healthcare in Urban Cities

Dr. Harry Williams of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund details findings in a…


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Community Conversations: Opportunity in America

The state of opportunity in America study surveyed 260 residents from so-called…


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Don’t Say Nothing

As educators we (sometimes unknowingly) step into roles of advocate, caretaker,…


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Racial Divide in Views on Police Growing in America

Guest: Howard Henderson, Director of the Center for Justice Research, Texas…


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U.S. Library of Congress Offers Free Resources to Support K-12 Education

Parents, students, and educators are urged to learn about all of the free…


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Survey: Fragile Community Residents Say It’s ‘Difficult’ To Live On Their Current Income

A new survey looks at what those in fragile communities have to say about daily…


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Post Doctorate Researcher Britany Gatewood, Ph.D. Joins Center for Educational Opportunity

Dr. Brittany Gatewood has been hired by Albany State University Center for…


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