With one in four children in North Texas living in a food insecure household, the need to alleviate child hunger in the state is crucial.
State Sen. Royce West and Rep. Helen Giddings filed bills to address the shortage of early childhood teachers in the North Texas area
Now that Pomp and Circumstance has faded from memory and the graduation balloons are deflated.
Four graduating high school seniors have been selected by the Council of the Great City Schools to receive the 2017 ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Math and Science Scholarship.
The historic Liberty Theatre and Cultural Center has launched a new academy named after its longtime champion.
“Our children have not mastered the art of discussion,” said the late Kathlyn Gilliam, an activist and the first Black female on the Dallas ISD board.
One of the smallest historically Black colleges in the U.S. boasts a huge accomplishment: Pound for pound, tiny Dillard University in New Orleans graduates more physics majors – and, notably, more female physics majors – than far bigger schools with ...
With a goal to get the whole family reading and keep academic skills sharp,
One in every 5 middle and high school students has complained of being bullied at school and the number of reports of sexual assault on college campuses has more than tripled over the past decade, according to a federal study ...
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos vowed support for the students at the at Bethune-Cookman University graduation ceremony May 10, but was nearly drowned out by booing and shouts of “Liar!” Many graduating students turned their back to her in protest.
Six Dallas ISD students will be awarded and join the 38 previous recipients of the 2017 Deloitte/NTPGA Fairway to Success Scholarships, according to Deloitte LLP,
EARTHACK is an event designed to inspire young minds to use technology to help solve real world issues with innovative solutions that can be used locally and on a global scale.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos shouldn’t speak at historically Black Bethune-Cookman University’s graduation because she will bring controversy to a sacred moment for students and their families, a granddaughter of the college’s founder said.
For many African Americans, a college education means a better paying career with opportunities for advancement – one of very few avenues for evening the economic playing field, according to The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education.
A group of eighth-grade students wants the Wake County school board to name a future school after a local African American family who fought for integration.