There is a critical and long overdue discussion about the fate of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) now finally taking place around the nation.
White House Seeks to Help Expand Education Opportunity Morehouse is piloting an alternative to the SAT/ACT
Thirty years ago, one year of tuition, room, and board at a nation’s four-year, degree-granting institution cost $8,756 on average (or $3,499, when adjusted for inflation).
Known as a loan repayment assistance program, the colleges offer to pay undergraduate student's loan bills until they earn enough to afford the payments themselves.
DeKalb's Senate Delegates Respond to SACS Decision Carter, Henson laud outcome; call for edu prioritization
State Senator Jason Carter, who chairs the Senate DeKalb County delegation's education committee, said today that he is pleased with the outcome of the decision by SACS to remove the probationary accreditation of the DeKalb County Schools system.
The white teacher made an apparent reference to President Barack Obama, according to school officials, and allegedly said: "We don't need another black president.''
As higher education costs continue to increase faster than most consumers’ income, college loan debt has now topped $1.2 trillion.
Thirty million dollars of debt is why Morris Brown College has been in federal bankruptcy court, facing the possibility of institutional extinction.
The family of a Georgia student suspended for the rest of the school year for hugging a teacher has filed an appeal with the school board, the teen's mother told CNN on Wednesday night.
The family of an African-American high school student says he's crushed after a teacher questioned why he was wearing Santa garb during a school holiday dress-up day last week.
As the dream of college remains unaffordable for many students and leaves others in mountains of debt, a growing number of private-college presidents are taking home more than $1 million a year.
Grambling State University could be sanctioned or have its access to federal financial aid programs terminated, after it failed to return nearly $15,000 in funds that went to students who dropped out of school.
A DeKalb County judge sentenced two people involved in the school contruction scandal to prison time on Monday, December 9.
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Student loan debt continues to pile up on America's college graduates, topping an average $29,000 per student last year.
A lesson in structural racism turns into a point of contention...