While things were winding down elsewhere in Tuscaloosa with Spring Break beginning at the University of Alabama, Shelton State Community College and the local school systems, it’s been just the opposite at Stillman College as the school’s sixth president Dr. Peter … Read More
Just two weeks before we officially mark the 60th anniversary of the landmark Brown v. Board of Education decision that desegregated American schools, high school students in Tuscaloosa, Ala. laid out some issues in education that need to be discussed … Read More
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.– On the 60th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court decision that desegregated the nation’s public schools, Alabama’s Superintendent of Education has a challenge for every Alabama resident: be the voice that creates change in our schools. “If you … Read More
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.– On this the 60th anniversary of the Brown v. Board of Education decision that supposedly desegregated the nation’s public schools, some have suggested the schools were never really integrated. The U.S. Supreme Court on this date in 1954 … Read More
Alabama’s Superintendent of Education Tommy Bice used an address on the 60th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education to challenge residents to join his campaign the “change the way Alabama does school.”
WIS-TV gets it right when reporting on the 60th anniversary of the Brown v. Board of Education decision. Media must help resident see local relevance of anniversary of U.S. Supreme Court decision.
A brand new photo exhibit and a high school student panel discussion Friday at a downtown Tuscaloosa arts center re-visit issues over the desegregation of all U.S. schools, just two weeks before the 60th anniversary of the Brown v. Board of Education decision by the U.S. Supreme Court.
JACKSON, Miss– She wasn’t listed to give a keynote speech, but in showcasing the Academic Parent Teacher Team or APT Team that have been successful in the Creighton School District in Arizona, Karen Mapp grabbed my attention and seemed to … Read More
JACKSON, Miss– Not counting the one that was held last night, there were four panel discussions today as part of the second Summit on Educational Excellence for African Americans here at Jackson State University. In my opinion, the richness of … Read More
JACKSON, Miss.– The last of our awards from today’s Summit on Educational Excellence for African Americans goes to the best moderator. Jeff Johnson, a fellow journalist and an MSNBC commentator, had just the right edge needed to keep the sessions … Read More