“A Better Chance has opened so many doors for my children. They have equipped them with the best educational opportunities available,” said Monica Miller.
Smith is a cum laude graduate of Central State University in Wilberforce, Ohio, and did graduate work in law and business administration at the University of Akron and Central Michigan University.
According to the report, the number of Black children in poverty has been holding steady for over the last decade at 10 to 11 million. Unfortunately, the same children haven’t fared that well in society. They are the poorest children ...
Drake is an ophthalmology professor who also is a published textbook author. In 2005 he was named the fifth chancellor of UC Irvine, where he also served as a professor.
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In a separate discussion for women only, Powell will present: “BLURRED LINES: Love, Hip Hop, Basketball, and The Young Black Woman.”
A special soul food dinner will be served between the matinee and the evening performance of Dreamgirls on Sat., Nov. 23, 2013.
Area students recently heard the stories of Marcella Boyd Cox and other Cleveland-area HistoryMakers. As students began a new school year, Cleveland HistoryMakers joined than 500 African American HistoryMakers nationwide for the 4th Annual Back to School With The HistoryMakers ...
I argue that what we are missing are institutions and systems (i.e. schools) that have the ability to create and help sustain our culture, whichin turn helps to shape our thinking and the thinking of those that view and make ...
Funeral services were held for Dr. Lu David Wims, prominent administrator, professor educator and coach, at St. John A.M.E. Church, where he was a longtime, active member. Pastor Henry F. Curtis, IV presided.
Step inside the Special Treasures Department and one would be hard pressed to find decorated guards standing at attention, white-gloved prim and proper professionals and a room temperature so cold you could see your own breath.
“Our high school dropout rate is still unsustainably high for a knowledge-based economy and still unacceptably high in our African-American, Latino, and Native-American communities,” Duncan said.
Most folk today, particularly those we have deemed as our leaders, have either forgotten or become complacent when it comes to the topic of education.
McCoy was a teacher for Columbus Public Schools from 1960 to 1974. He was an elementary school principal for Lima City Schools from 1974 to 1990.