The Twin Cities Black Journalists has announced a scholarship opportunity to attend this year’s NABJ Convention.
A space for local and national stories about issues surrounding education, especially as they relate to African Americans.
This year’s event focused specifically on racial bias and raised more than $88K in funds that will go toward helping support Page Scholars.
Jessica Davis, a math teacher at South St. Paul Secondary School, is the 2019 Minnesota Teacher of the Year
The Departments of African American & African Studies and English at the University of Minnesota have announced the retirement of Professor John S. Wright after 35 years of exemplary faculty service.
Renown therapist Resmaa Menakem has just launched a free online series empowering individuals and communities to address and heal from race-based trauma.
For decades, Chauntyll Allen has served youth in the classroom as a Saint Paul Public Schools employee. The Rondo native has also worked in the community in youth outreach, where she’s been focused on inspiring youth to choose positive paths in life. After experiencing issues firsthand that she wants to work on and effect change […]
Minnesota’s first teachers’ union just turned 100 years old. The organization marked its anniversary last Friday, March 1 at a special celebration which included unveiling a new name — The St. Paul Federation of Educators (SPFE) — and a new logo.
When it comes to teaching students about slavery in the United States, teachers often stumble through the topic.
Emerson Spanish Immersion Learning Center’s Artiera Evans named Honored teacher of the month.