The Burden of Being a Black Teacher

November 7, 2016 Staff 0
(The Atlantic) by Emily Deruy As classrooms across the United States become more diverse, schools are working to hire more teachers of color, particularly black teachers. Some have actually done a reasonable job of bringing […]
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Bennett College President to Step Down

August 11, 2016 Staff 0
by Julie Knight Bennett College and its president are parting ways. The college’s board of trustees issued an announcement Thursday that Rosalind Fuse-Hall, who was named president in the summer of 2013, will step down […]

Multicultural eBooks Sparks Reading Interest in Kids

July 18, 2016 Staff 0
Frustrated because she couldn’t find books that her six-year-old African-American niece could relate to and enjoy, a Chicago-based entrepreneur created a company featuring a library of ebooks whose storylines, characters and uplifting messages mirror the […]
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