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Betsy DeVos freezes Obama-era rules meant to protect student borrowers

The Department of Education will halt two Obama-era rules that would have protected student borrowers and held for-profit colleges accountable.

HBCU Students "Discover The Unexpected" with the Black Press

The National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) kicked off the second year of the “Discover The Unexpected” (DTU) Journalism Fellowship program with an “Immersion” event in Detroit, Mich. Chevrolet, the sponsor of the program, hosted the student scholars and a handful ...

Making the case for investing in HBCUs

The United Negro College Fund’s (UNCFs) iconic, “A Mind is a Terrible Thing to Waste,” advertising campaign remains the gold-standard for shining light on the urgency of investing in black colleges and universities.

Life in Baltimore: A look at the Crisis in Black Education, Part I

The 2017 theme for the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) is The Crisis In Black Education." Guided by a vision to study and acknowledge the significance of the historical and cultural experiences of people ...

Making the case for investing in HBCUs

UNCF’s iconic, “A Mind is a Terrible Thing to Waste,” advertising campaign remains the gold-standard for shining light on the urgency of investing in Black colleges and universities.

Maryland State Youth of the Year to Compete in New York

Anne Arundel County resident, Sydney Williams was named Maryland State Youth of the Year by the Boys & Girls Club of America.

Third Annual Summer Leadership Academy and Summer League

Through strong partnerships, a strong team and an enthusiastic group of future leaders, the Annapolis Arts, Sports and Leadership Academy (AASaLA) is returning to the Roger Pip Moyer recreation Center for a summer of basketball and leadership training for the ...

Jubilant BCCC graduates determined to pay it forward

There was a lot of whooping, a little bit of hollering and endless hugs and tears of joy on display at the Lyric Opera House this past weekend.

Jubilant BCCC graduates determined to pay it forward

There was a lot of whooping, a little bit of hollering and endless hugs and tears of joy on display at the Lyric Opera House this past weekend.

Miss Black Maryland Graduates Dental School

Ashlee Thomas, the reigning Miss Black Maryland USA, is now Dr. Ashlee Thomas.

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Xi Omega Chapter Host 8th Annual Pink Hat Tea to Provide Scholarships to Students in Nation’s Capital

The Pearl and Ivy Educational Foundation, Inc. (PIEF), in partnership with Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated®, Xi Omega Chapter, invites you to "It's A Capital Affair" - 8th Annual Pink Hat Tea Scholarship Fundraiser Providing Support to Scholars in Our ...

Baltimore Design School student wins big Artscape prize

Brian High just couldn’t believe it when he was told that he was the winner of the fourth annual Fred Lazarus IV Artscape Prize, known as “The Fred.”

Heart of the School Awards: Night of Celebration for Baltimore City Public Schools Principals

For many students across Baltimore, May is prom time but thanks to the Fund for Educational Excellence, Baltimore City Public Schools’ principals enjoyed a festive and fun spring celebration of their own.

Year Up executive is a homegrown success story

Born and raised in Baltimore, Roland Selby was drawn to the nonprofit Year Up Baltimore, when two of his relatives entered the program and a short time later, a head-hunter approached him about becoming executive director.

Do school dress codes end up body-shaming girls?

Immediately after writing a piece on how shorty shorts and form-fitting shirts are pretty much all you can find from most major mainstream brands when it comes to clothing for girls, I heard several examples of how schools are shaming ...