Education

NC Court: Students Can Use Constitution To Fight Bullying

The constitutional right of North Carolina’s children to have access to a good public school education also applies to individual students who aren’t getting help to stop classroom bullying and harassment against them, the state Supreme Court ruled Friday.

Teachers Wary Of New Laws Limiting Instruction On Race

As middle school teacher Brittany Paschall assembled a lesson plan on the history of the Negro Baseball Leagues, she wondered how she might have to go about it differently next year under a new Tennessee state law that prohibits teaching certain concepts of race and racism.

State GOP Lawmakers Try To Limit Teaching About Race, Racism

Governors and legislatures in Republican-controlled states across the country are moving to define what race-related ideas can be taught in public schools and colleges, a reaction to the nation’s racial reckoning after last year’s police killing of George Floyd.

Howard Names College Of Fine Arts For Chadwick Boseman

While studying at Howard University, young Chadwick Boseman helped lead a student protest against plans to merge his beloved College of Fine Arts into the College of Arts and Sciences. Now, he is being honored as the namesake of Howard’s newly re-established Chadwick A. Boseman College of Fine Arts.

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