The Hubbard School of Journalism and Mass Communication announced the Fall 2019 class of distinguished adjunct fellows who join the faculty to support inclusion, equity and diversity in our courses.
Rodney Robinson, a 19-year teaching veteran who became a teacher to honor his mother and who struggled to receive an education after being denied one as a child due to segregation and poverty in rural Virginia, was named the 2019 National Teacher of the Year by the Council of Chief State Sch…
Aye Win and Isabella Brown from Como Park Senior High School in St. Paul, Israel Glenn and Kenija Wallace from North Community High School in Minneapolis and Jasmine Salter from Patrick Henry High School in Minneapolis were recently announced as the 2019 Beat the Odds scholarship recipients.
State Sen. Patricia Torres Ray (DFL-Minneapolis) and State Rep. Mary Kunesh-Podein (DFL-New Brighton) introduced legislation to increase the percentage of teachers of color and American Indian teachers (TOCAIT) in Minnesota classrooms.
Jack and Jill of America Inc., Minneapolis Chapter, will host its annual Rites of Passage Community Celebration March 9 at the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis, 1300 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis.
At a Minneapolis Regional Chamber of Commerce event held recently on our campus, business representatives in attendance were asked, “How will businesses solve the region’s dual problem of having an overall shortage of technical workers and an increasingly complex work environment?”
Innocent Classroom is hosting Innocence, Disciplinary Disparities, and the Relationship Gap, Feb. 19 from 4:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. at Mortenson Constriction, 700 Meadow Ln. N., Minneapolis.
Dr. Nicki Washington doesn’t want to be known as a “unicorn” – someone who’s a rarity in his or her field.
Paisley Park announced a new partnership with Minneapolis Public Schools (MPS), providing a structured program to welcome more students into Prince’s iconic creative sanctuary.
The Division of Equity and Inclusion at Minneapolis College announced the placement of permanent staffing dedicated to helping bridge the city’s educational opportunity gap.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Center for Policy Analysis and Research (CPAR) at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Inc. (CBCF) released the inaugural issue of a multidisciplinary journal focusing exclusively on public policy issues related to Black politics in the United States.
The new Academic Success Center at Minneapolis College opened its doors in time for the more than 6,700 students attending the College this fall.
Bondo Nyembwe has been named to the board of directors of Cultural Jambalaya, an educational nonprofit that seeks to broaden world views of students and breaks down cultural barriers.
Minneapolis College (formerly Minneapolis Community and Technical College) President Sharon Pierce has been named to the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) Commission on Student Success.
The Minnesota Department of Human Rights (DHR) reached settlement agreements or tentative agreements with 39 of the charter schools or school districts to reduce disparities in suspensions and expulsions for students with disabilities and students of color for non-safety related incidents.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — More than 6,000 educators from every state will come together to address the issues facing schools, students and the teaching profession during the NEA’s 156th Annual Meeting and 97th Representative Assembly (RA) June 30 to July 5 at the Minneapolis Convention Center in M…
Boston – Hip-hop artist, producer, event producer and Insight News contributor, Toki Wright, has been named assistant chair of Berklee’s Professional Music Department.
UNCF Twin Cities will host the sixth annual Twin Cities Masked Ball on Saturday (May 12), at U.S. Bank Stadium.
As the cost of college grows, research shows so does the number of hungry and homeless students at colleges and universities across the country.
(TriceEdneyWire.com) – The housing crisis that caused more than nine million people to suffer foreclosure and even homelessness due to the economic slump across the U. S. 10 years ago, has now fully recovered for everyone … everyone except people of color; especially African-Americans.
With an eye on transforming teacher preparation and building strong talent pipelines for P-12 education, the University of St. Thomas announces the appointment of Dr. Kathlene Holmes Campbell as the dean of the School of Education beginning June 1.
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- Former deputy director of Minnesota Historical Society: Melanie Adams at the helm at Smithsonian’s Anacostia Community Museum
- Dr. Benjamin Chavis Jr. visits with Bill Cosby
- Barack Obama speaks on the passing of Elijah Cummings
- Curtis Shanklin named Corrections deputy commissioner
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- Nation morns the passing of Elijah Cummings
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- Minneapolis Police asks for public’s help in locating two missing juvenile siblings
- The Trump Effect: Is this administration a present danger to the Black psyche?
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