Hundreds of college-bound students across Minnesota now have the opportunity to be awarded workforce development scholarships worth $2,500.
A space for local and national stories about issues surrounding education, especially as they relate to African Americans.
It’s high time we question the assumptions baked into our thinking about the so-called summer slide.
A new charter school is set to open in St. Paul this fall. The Journey School is 10 years in the making and the brainchild of long-time educators Scott Gostchock and Michelle Cambrice.
St. Paul and Minnesota Foundations is now accepting applications for its Pan African Community Endowment (PACE) Fund.
A video of DJ Pryor speaking with his toddler son about the season finale of Empire recently went viral. I watched it and loved it.
On June 29, the day-long Guns Down Youth Summit returns in response to requests to continue community conversations and work toward healing and end the gun violence in St. Paul.
MN Comeback reports that these changing-the-odds schools outpace Minneapolis district averages in academic proficiency or growth.
The amount of time that a child spends with their parent matters as much as the “worth” of that time.
The Twin Cities Black Journalists has announced a scholarship opportunity to attend this year’s NABJ Convention.
This year’s event focused specifically on racial bias and raised more than $88K in funds that will go toward helping support Page Scholars.