Opponents of public school closures have new evidence of discrimination. A new study says school closures disproportionately harm Black and poor students.

U.S. Secretary of Education John King shares his vision for education equity. NewsOne Now host Roland Martin and his panel evaluate King's vision and the likely education policies of the presidential candidates.

New data from the Education Department reveals inequality in school districts across the nation. Black students are experiencing fewer education opportunities and disproportionate suspensions.

A judge rejected a case accusing Florida of providing unequal quality of education to poor and minority students. He ruled that the state is not a fault for the achievement gap.

A new survey finds that Black and Hispanic parents believe there are disparities in education based on race and income. The study seeks to give voice to the new majority parents whose children now outnumber Whites in the public schools.