The relationship between Newark Schools Superintendent Cami Anderson and the school advisory board has become so confrontational that they now communicate solely by press release and video.
Last week, the mayor axed plans by former Mayor Michael Bloomberg to further expand Success Academy schools into public school spaces
The City University of New York (CUNY) has launched the Terence D. Tolbert Public Service Internship six years after the death of a man who dedicated his life to public service.
The great conductor Arturo Toscanini said her voice was one heard only “once in a hundred years.”
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has hit some roadblocks when promoting his education agenda, but he’s sticking to his guns.
New Yorkers are demanding a quality education for preschoolers.
Historically Black Colleges and Universities received a financial boost from the Helmsley Charitable Trust.
Lawmakers announced the passage of legislation that would allow New York City schools to be closed on the Lunar New Year holiday. The announcement was made at the headquarters of the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association in Manhattan, just blocks from ...
If your son or daughter seems to be drifting along through high school and doesn’t seem engaged in academics, it might be the school and not the student.
Poignant and insightful vignettes reminded me of the ones that used to appear in Black publications “back in the day,” particularly the Pittsburgh Courier and the Chicago Defender; many of them containing the wisdom of J.A Rogers, the eminent historian ...
Equality for African people in the United States remains illusive.
Reading is fundamental.
On Feb. 26, the White House honored 10 heroes known as “Champions of Change” for creating opportunities for young people underrepresented in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) industries
Last week, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced a state initiative to offer college classes, degrees and programs to incarcerated individuals across the state.
“White Walls: Men of Color in Higher Education.” at City College on Sunday Feb. 23 from 1 p.m. to 2:15 p.m.