Johns Hopkins, Bloomberg Philanthropies Announce $150M Effort to Fuel STEM Diversity

Johns Hopkins University and Bloomberg Philanthropies have announced the launch of the Vivien Thomas Scholars Initiative that addresses historic underrepresentation…

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Phylicia Rashad Named Dean of Fine Arts at Howard University

Renowned actress and Howard University alumna Phylicia Rashad has been named dean of the school's recently reestablished College of Fine…

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FCC Enacts $7B Digital Plan to Support Distance Learning

The FCC on Tuesday unanimously implemented the legislation that will provide $7 billion for the E-Rate (Education Rate) program that…

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Morehouse Debate Team Withdraws from Annual Tournament, Citing Racism

The speech and debate team from Morehouse College in Atlanta withdrew from the national tournament in mid-April – fed up…

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Education Secretary Cardona Makes Pit Stop at Amidon-Bowen Elementary

In the two months since his confirmation as U.S. education secretary, Dr. Miguel Cardona has visited nearly 10 schools across…

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Maryland Seeks to Boost Academic Achievement Among Black Boys

John Jenifer remains pleased with the education his sixth-grade son, Zamari, receives at Robert R. Gray Elementary School in Capitol…

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Maryland High School Youth Advance to NAACP ACT-SO Finals

Despite facing unprecedented challenges due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the Montgomery County Maryland Branch of the NAACP refused to…

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Charter Leaders, Nonprofits Seek American Rescue Plan Education Money

With the District receiving an influx of more than $2.2 billion in recovery funds from the American Rescue Plan, D.C.…

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HBCUs Throughout the DMV Prepare for 2021 Commencement Ceremonies

Historically Black colleges and universities will hold 2021 commencement ceremonies this month. Here’s a list of the schools and guest…

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White House Weighs COVID Vaccine Requirement for School in Fall

The White House hasn't yet taken a stance on whether school districts can mandate coronavirus vaccinations to return to school…

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