Education

Education

The fate of scholarship money is up in the air in Ohio after seven state universities put race-conscious programs on hold. The post Are Race-Conscious Scholarships A Thing Of The Past? appeared first on NewsOne.

Education

After going test optional, the Ivy League and MIT had more racial and economic diversity than ever before. The post Will Returning To Standardized Tests For Colleges Hinder Student Diversity? appeared first on NewsOne.

America is a melting pot. So why haven’t we embraced the people who’ve represented that even before this country’s beginning?   The post History Of The Melungeons: The Forgotten Tribe Of Appalachia appeared first on NewsOne.

Reading is everything when you add a little bit of music and fun competition! Thank you to Oakhurst Academy & First Ward Elementary. It was an honor to help kick-off March Madness Read-A Thon! You never know how many kids enjoy reading until you add a twist with some litness to it! Be on the […]

Researchers conducted a study that found students are not negatively impacted by anti-racism programs in schools. The post Study Finds No Increase In Stress Among High School Students Who Participated In Anti-Racism Program appeared first on NewsOne.

Charlotte

Over 200 CMS Teachers Must Repay $1,250 Bonuses Mistakenly Given to Them

Char-Meck Schools has kicked off Future enrollment Monday! It’s the time for parents and students to decide the next step for their child’s future. I talked with a few representatives from CMS, here’s what we learned about the process of enrollment.     Char-Meck Schools has valuable options for kids to choose from. In fact, […]

Johnson C Smith University joins many other universities in requiring students to get the COVID-19 vaccine before returning to campus. In a press release from May 12, the University announced as they prepare to welcome students back to the campus fall semester, students are required to return fully vaccinated. Under the policy, students must complete […]