Education

Prince George’s County Public Schools are planning significant changes to their transportation system next fall, which could involve altering...

VP Kamala Harris sent words of wisdom and encouragement to graduating HBCU students during their commencement ceremonies this week. The post VP Kamala Harris Delivers Surprise Video To HBCU Students For Their Commencement Ceremonies appeared first on NewsOne.

A recent study released by the UNCF (United Negro College Fund) suggests that Black parents want to see more Black teachers in education.  The post Black Students Fare Better In Schools With More Black Teachers, Parents Say In New Study appeared first on NewsOne.

According to AP, Xavier University has signed an agreement with Ochsner Health to establish a medical school for the university.  The post Xavier University Set To Become 5th HBCU With A Medical School appeared first on NewsOne.

The Amazon Future Engineer Scholarship, awarded DC students up to $40,000 for 4 years to pursue degrees in computer science or engineering.

Parents fear the reduction in specialized support staff will negatively impact their children’s education, arguing that...

America is a melting pot. So why haven’t we embraced the people who’ve represented that even before this country’s beginning?   The post History Of The Melungeons: The Forgotten Tribe Of Appalachia appeared first on NewsOne.

Researchers conducted a study that found students are not negatively impacted by anti-racism programs in schools. The post Study Finds No Increase In Stress Among High School Students Who Participated In Anti-Racism Program appeared first on NewsOne.

Jackson State paid $800,000 to settle a lawsuit following a disagreement about the Southern Heritage Classic, an HBCU tradition. The post Jackson State Paid $800K To End Decades-Long HBCU Football Tradition, Documents Show appeared first on NewsOne.

Annie Ray, the orchestra director at Annandale High School in Fairfax County, clinched the coveted 2024 Grammy Music Educator Award and credited her students for the achievement...

Seventh graders at eight middle schools in D.C. have received an incredible opportunity, thanks to federal funding that automatically qualifies them for valuable college scholarships....