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Central San Diego Black Chamber of Commerce Awards Scholarships to Deserving Students

By Staff Writer Voice & Viewpoint On Wednesday, June 18, the Central San Diego Black Chamber of Commerce hosted a small scholarship luncheon at the Jacobs...

Board Approves $1.2 Billion Operating Budget for 2014-2015 School Year

By Staff Writer Voice & Viewpoint Completing her first year as superintendent, the San Diego Unified Board of Trustees unanimously approved Cindy Marten’s $1.2 billion “students...

Community Leadership: Training Your Replacement

By Dr. Vangie Akridge Licensed Educational Psychologist The relationship between local African American community elders and the generation that is expected to eventually fill their seats...

South Side Principal Reveals Strategy for Getting All of Her Students Into College

Your Black World With all of the obstacles children face in disenfranchised communities, success stories are becoming somewhat rarer. One South Side Chicago principal, however,...

HBCU Education Deans Hope Brainstorming Proves Fruitful

By Jamal Watson Diverse NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. — For the third year in a row, education deans from historically Black colleges and universities across the nation...

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