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While Some Minority Students and Teachers Thrive in Distant Learning, Others Struggle Daily

“There’s a bunch of research about the value add of Black teachers in school. It turns out that Black teachers help all students to perform better,” says Sekou Biddle, the Vice President of Advocacy and Student Professional Development Programs at the United Negro College Fund. “White students perform better too. When Black people do well, everyone does well. The problem is that when others do well without us doing well, they leave us behind,” concluded Biddle, who leads advocacy efforts to ensure that more African American students will be college-ready and better prepared to enroll in and complete college.

Students Find New Ways To Get Out the Vote Amid Pandemic

By Bella Ross, CALMatters First-time voter Fernando Villarreal is looking forward to participating in the upcoming presidential election. “I think it’s a really important election for...

Lamplighters 8th Annual Scholarship Recipients

Article and photos courtesy of Lamplighters Lamplighters 8th Annual Scholarship senior awards and plaques recipients are: Madison Brown, Eastlake High attending UCLA, Jamie Guzman, Kearny High...

SDCCD’S Fall Semester Classes to be Primarily Online

Voice & Viewpoint Newswire Fall semester classes across the San Diego Community College District (SDCCD) will be offered primarily through online and distance education....

274 Years in The Making: Princeton’s First Black Valedictorian

By V&V Staff Writer Nicholas Johnson, an Operations Research And Financial Engineering major from Canada, was officially named Princeton University’s valedictorian for the class of...

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