One Parent's Reaction To Teaching Slavery In The Classroom (Part 3)
Teachers are bringing slavery education into their classrooms. Finding a balance in curriculum is essential to being successful, one parent says.
Ivy Day 2023 a rough one as Harvard, Columbia admit less than 4%
Students were glued to their computers Thursday at 7 p.m. for Ivy Day, the day admissions letters are sent.
HBCUs leading efforts in bringing more Black teachers to the classroom
According to the Education Dept., 79% of teachers in U.S. public schools are white. But studies show having diverse teachers can improve performance.
Colorado bill would incentivize degrees to get a lower prison sentence
If this bill passes, Colorado's non-violent offenders could get an early release by getting a higher education degree.
Endangered North Atlantic right whale still entangled in Cape Cod Bay
The North Atlantic right whale is one of the most endangered large whale species in the world, with only about 350 remaining in existence.
Sen. Fetterman discharged from Walter Reed after depression treatment
The 53-year-old is still recovering from the aftereffects of the stroke he suffered last May.
Student calls for gun control, says school shootings are an 'epidemic'
Hundreds of protesters gathered Saturday to plead for gun control.