Education

Coach Deion Sanders has announced he's donating half his salary to complete renovations to the program's football facility.

For the second day in a row, several historically Black colleges and universities reported bomb threats Tuesday, including University of the District of Columbia, Edward Waters University, Fort Valley State University, Spelman College, Xavier University of Louisiana, Alcorn State University, Kentucky State University, Howard University, Jackson State University, Mississippi Valley State University and Morgan State […]

Virginia State University has been selected as one of six HBCU’s to take part in a national research project that will focus on building an integrated framework for digital learning. The $2.5 million project is the first-of-its-kind initiative led by Complete College America which is supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. See story […]

A Florida principal paddled a 6 year-old as her Mother watched the hatred for her daughter in this graphic video which was filmed at South Florida elementary school. During the footage, the child is seen crying and pleading ‘no, no’ as one woman hits her three times while another holds her down. The Mother allegedly […]

Some VA school districts will head to school while others are strictly virtual. Parents and teachers, listen to my interview with Dr. McCall about the 10 Steps to Becoming Successful During Virtual Learning

Michelle Obama’s scathing words against President Trump weren’t the only thing people were paying attention to during opening night of the Democratic National Convention. The former first lady’s “VOTE” necklace sparked all kinds of reactions on Twitter. Many begged for Joe Biden’s campaign to sell them while others noted “Millions of woman currently googling *Vote Necklace*” They […]

The Hudson sisters held their 10th annual “Hatch Day” in their hometown of Chicago over the weekend. Jennifer Hudson along with her sister, Julia, and 15 volunteers gave Chicago youth a start to the school year with book bags full of school supplies. “Now more than ever, young people need to know that there are people […]

Langston Hughes High and Westminster students in Atlanta made debate competition history. They won the Harvard Diversity Project’s International Debate Competition for the third year in a row. This was only their third year competing. Two members made history. One as the first black girl and the other as the youngest black boy. When you were in […]