NewsOne focuses in March 2017 on the steep uphill climb of Black girls in the K-12 public school system.
John Wilson, President, Morehouse College, says he doesn’t know if Trump’s HBCU executive order will make an impact.
In the class, students explore how Black social movements have contributed to empowerment within the African-American community.
District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser nominates Antwan Wilson for schools chancellor. Wilson would bring his reform-mindedness to schools in the nation's capital.
The report highlights the progress that has been made in regards to creating opportunities for women and girls of color.
A new study finds that income inequality has remained unchanged for less-educated working-class Black men for decades. However, high-income Black men with college degrees are narrowing the income gap with their White counterparts.
The Education Trust publishes a report on the challenges African-American educators face in public schools. Black teachers shed light on why school districts struggle to retain them.
Authorities arrest five teenage boys for spray painting racist graffiti on an historic Black schoolhouse. However, they declined to charge them with a hate crime or identify their race.