INDIANAPOLIS — A major shift is coming next school year for Indianapolis Public Schools. IPS teachers will be focused next fall solely on teaching in-person as the district wants to shift remote learning to two charter schools that offer online academic programs. District leaders expect most students will return to in-class learning in the fall, […]
Looks like our forever First Lady is headed to IGTV really soon. Obama will be doing a six part series regrading the journey of first year college students. Obama is a huge fan of education and she understands the struggles getting through that first year. The series will be released on Instagram soon but no […]
Just a year after the opening of LeBron James’ I Promise School the inaugural third and fourth graders are doing a better job than James expected. All 240 students who are attending the school originally tested in the one percentile in reading, just a year later the third graders’ test scores jumped to the ninth […]
D.C. school officials rejected the ACLU's claim that Ron Brown Prep would begin enrolling female students. The organization is battling to get females admitted to a school designed for males of color from low-income families.
A S.C. school board investigates a teacher accused of throwing a 6-year-old girl's shoes in the trash and making her walk barefoot. The girl's parents want her disciplined.
Since 2010, every single Urban Prep graduate has been accepted to a four-year college or university.
Lawsuit claims that a Black teacher was called "a gorilla in a sweater" with "f---ing nappy hair" and another made fun of for their “big lips.”
A Baltimore school police officer, captured slapping and kicking a student last month in a viral video, will not face child abuse charges, reports The Baltimore Sun.
Researchers found that white male teachers are 10 to 20 percent more likely to have low expectations for Black female students.
A University of Kansas professor who used the N-word in class said an investigation cleared her to return to work. Her students filed a complaint that triggered the four-month probe.
Scores of Boston Public School students walked out of class to protest proposed education budget cuts. They gave voice to fears about how cuts would harm their education.