Amazing Grace, How Dangerous You Sound
Mo the Educator offers his commentary on Harvard Law Review editor and third-year law student Stephanie Grace’s email in which she indicated that she would not, “…rule out the possibility that African Americans are, on average, genetically predisposed to be less intelligent.”
The Achievement Gap Problem Hits Home. Literally.
Mo the Educator writes about an issue in education that hits close to home for him literally and figuratively: how to properly educate Black children. In this case, a Black school principal’s career may be in jeopardy. Is his heart the only thing that’s in the right place?
Nortre Dame to have have its first Black Valedictorian
Katie Washington will make history next month as the first black valedictorian from the University of Notre Dame.
Entire School System Fired Due to Poor Scores
School Gets Low Scores and Teachers Get Canned
President Obama to Seek $1.35 Billion More for Education
President Barack Obama will ask Congress on Tuesday for $1.35 billion to extend an education grant program for states
Choosing the Right School for Your Child Part 5: Talk to People in the School Community
Mo the Educator releases the final installment in a 5-part series designed to help parents navigate the path of choosing the proper school for your child. Listen up, it’s important.
D.o.B.C. Death of Black Colleges?
Once a beacon of hope for thousands of Black students denied access to higher education by predominantly White institutions, historically Black colleges and universities have educated generations of Black scientists, doctors, lawyers, educators and social activists. But today, these institutions face serious challengesIn this year’s Diverse Top 100, the
Choosing the Right school for Your Child Part 4: Bring Your Child!
Mo the Educator releases installment 4 of a 5 part series designed to help parents navigate the path of choosing the proper school for your child. Listen up, it’s important.