Deadline to Apply for Bill Gates’ 2014 Minority Scholarship Program Is Fast Approaching

The deadline is fast approaching for the 2014 Gates Millennium Scholars (GMS) Program. Every year, the program selects 1,000 talented minority students to receive...

Is Pornography the New Sex Education?

A recent study asked a group of kids how often their peers look at porn online. They responded that it was often. The study also...

Liberty University Law School Ranks #1 Among Top Law Schools for Devout Christians

National Jurist offers new ranking on behalf of Protestant and Catholic students, as well as Mormons, Jews, and Muslims. Add one more variable to the...

Now, There Is a Push for All Day Kindergarten

In the not too distant past, kindergarten was a place where children learned to color, share and play. But a higher regard for kindergarten...

Some HBCUs Are Turning to Creative Solutions to Deal with Financial Woes

When Grambling State University’s football team forfeited a game against Jackson State University last year, players thought they were locked in a singular battle with the...

Pentecostal Theological Seminary Approved to Offer Fully Online Degree Programs

Cleveland, TN—The Commission on Accrediting of the Association of Theological Schools (ATS), the major, national accrediting agency for more than 270 graduate seminaries in...

Hillsdale College Professor Terrence O. Moore says Common Core Is Killing the Nation’s Great...

Fewer students will be exposed to the great works of literature, art and music under the Common Core State Standards Initiative, Terrence O. Moore,...

Harlem Ninth Grader Kiara Molina Gives Great Introduction for President Obama

We think it’s fair to say ninth-grade student Kiara Molina had a great day Thursday. Not only did the teen introduce President Barack Obama before...

Los Angeles Public Library To Begin Offering High School Diplomas

A Los Angeles library plans to take its role as a place of learning a step farther and will start offering residents the opportunity...

HBCUs Are Leading the Way on Minority Health Care Research

Howard University Interim President Wayne A. I. Frederick wants his students following you around the grocery store. He envisions HU nutrition science undergraduates providing...

When Christian Colleges Cut Ties with Denominations

A new study raises questions about the merer Christian college. For decades, the Kentucky Baptist Convention had appointed the board of trustees of Georgetown College—all...

The Proven Way to Fight Income Inequality: Education

Progressives talk a lot about how to encourage economic mobility, but they are leaving big gaps in their education platforms.   Bebeto Matthews/AP Photo For progressives, the...

New Study Shows What Could Close The Achievement Gap For Young Students

Just a few years of high-quality early childhood education could close the academic achievement gap between low-income and affluent students, a new study suggests. The...

Report Finds, Zero-Tolerance Policies May Make Schools More Unsafe

Zero-tolerance policies in schools may have zero point.   This undated image provided by the City of Albuquerque via Shannon Kennedy shows a school-aged juvenile handcuffed...

New Book for Young Readers on African American Film Pioneer Oscar Micheaux

Oscar Micheaux: A Self-Made Man, a new release from The Hollywood Press, brings the story of America's greatest African American filmmakers to life. The...