Officials in Michigan earlier this month announced plans to support the reopening of the Lewis College of Business and Design, a school that will now be…
State higher education officials are hopeful a new funding formula can gain support among lawmakers when it’s eventually introduced during the 2022…
A key Senate panel approved legislation Wednesday that would provide public money for private school tuition for Tennessee students whose school systems…
New Jersey is now the second state to require Asian American studies in its public schools after Gov. Phil Murphy on Tuesday signed the measure into…
By: Dianne Boardley Suber The HBCU community has had a good run over the last couple of years. Amidst the raging pandemic, the collective colleges and…
A threshold by which the nation will draw a line between caution and carelessness on school covid protocols was reached in Chicago last night. The…
Conventional wisdom always dictates that you never follow in the footsteps of a legend. Still, the search for the next president of Hampton University…
There is a sense that, with HBCU athletics rising to prominence in recent weeks and HBCU philanthropy headlines continuing to gain attention, believing…
Daily Briefing - Dec. 16, 2021K-12 DIGEST Retirement funding has always been a scourage on education budgets. In Connecticut, officials are suggesting that wealthier district…
There are two unique twists to the deal. The first is that while Morehouse College and Spelman College have been named two of the recipients, the other…
Tennessee State University President Glenda Glover was recently appointed by President Joe Biden to serve on the President's Board of Advisors on…
Former Education News Flash Founding Editor Jarrett Carter Sr. weighed in on Jackson State University and head football coach Deion Sanders’ historic…