Two weeks ago on the Jeff Santos radio show, it was my pleasure to share airtime with Gaylon White, author of three baseball books, including Singles and Smiles—How Artie Wilson Broke Baseball’s Color Barrier.
Mayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza recently announced, “Outdoor Learning,” a citywide outdoor learning initiative for the 2020-21 academic year.
Online learning platform Udacity launched its Pledge to Equality Scholarship Program, which will award 1,000 Nanodegree® program scholarships to African Americans.
Schools across the United States are facing shortages and long delays in getting laptops and other equipment needed for online learning.
Organizations and institutions around the nation are in preparation for the centennial celebration of the Women’s Suffragette movement.
As the fall quickly approaches, schools around the country are grappling with the best way to operate safely during the COVID-19 pandemic.
With the upcoming school year quickly approaching, many New York City school teachers have been forced to buy their own personal protective equipment and school safety supplies.
“100 Years in the Whirlwind” virtual conference celebrated the Honorable Marcus Mosiah Garvey from Aug. 14-16 hosted by Kujichagulia Inc. & United Front/A.I.M.
The Disney Dreamers Academy will take place virtually this fall and offer career shadow externships for all 100 members of the class.
Mayor Bill de Blasio holds a press briefing about plans to open schools for the upcoming academic year.
Doctors say with so many grandparents raising their grandchildren and with so many children living in multigenerational households, the concerns about children going back to school are justified.
Reopening schools will be easy. Keeping them open will be the hard part.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo says based on infection rates, all New York school districts are able to open for the new academic year.
On August 3, 2020, Harlem Academy broke ground at 655 St. Nicholas Avenue, site of its permanent home.
Of the two women, Addie Waites Hunton and Kathryn Johnson, who provided the world with an insightful portrait of Black soldiers and others during World War I, Hunton’s legacy was remarkably extended by her activist son