Black educators

Several education news stories in 2016 impacted the African-American community. Black educators reached new heights and the community debated school choice.

Many Black educators have made amazing contributions that have gone unnoticed. Let's celebrate these unsung heroes.

Growing up in South Central, Los Angeles, Carter Paysinger probably think he’d succeed beyond his meager surroundings. But thanks to the determination of his mother,…

Dr. Sybil C. Mobley, founder of Florida A&M University’s School of Business and Industry, died early Tuesday morning. Dr. Mobley’s contributions to FAMU are certainly…

Dr. Elson S. Floyd, the 10th president of Washington State University, died this summer after battling colon caner. Affectionately known as “E Flo” by his…

The KKK and a Pro-Black group in the same vicinity led to clashes when their rallies overlapped. Somebody had to see this coming.

This is definitely going to be a sight but everybody has a right to protest.

  Guy Johnson is Dr. Maya Angelou’s only child. He hasn’t had the public profile that his mother did, but his moving eulogy to his mom…

Clara Stanton Jones and her career as a top librarian was born early on when she was a young girl in her native St. Louis.…

James “Jay” Marshall Rogers Jr. was the first Black teacher to win the Council of Chief State School Officers’ National Teacher Of The Year award…