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Here’s How We Recruit and Retain More Black Teachers

By Maya Pottiger, Word In Black One of the recurring education headlines over the last year has been America’s unprecedented teacher shortage — especially as Black...

Black girls are 4.19 times more likely to get suspended than white girls –...

By Andrea Joseph-McCatty, University of Tennessee Andrea Joseph-McCatty is an assistant professor at the College of Social Work at the University of Tennessee. Her research...

Title IX: Strides for women of color in sports lag under law

By Annie Ma and Cliff Brunt, Associated Press Once Tina Sloan Green took over the lacrosse program at Temple University in the years after the...

Gov. Newsom Signs 46 Bills, Part of $123.9 Billion Education Plan

By Joe W. Bowers Jr., California Black Media During the final week before the Oct. 10 deadline for signing bills passed by the State Legislature...

Cal Ed Chief Thurmond to Families: “Translate Fear Into Action” as Schools Reopen

By Jenny Manrique, Ethnic Media Services and California Black Media Millions of students are returning to in-person classes at California’s public schools, amid parents...