Roland Martin Talks Education Options On Real TalkRoland showed his passion for education and explained how options are a good thing for Black people.
Education, The Choice is YoursRashad Richey went to D.C. on a fact finding mission about public education; Publicly Funded Charters VS Traditional Public Schools. His findings may surprise you!
Ask An Atlanta Expert: 5 Fun & Easy Science Projects To Do At HomeDo you need some fun projects to do with the kiddos, but would like it to be educational as well? Colleen Allen, a kindergarten teacher of 15 years, was very excited to share some information about herself and also some exciting science experiments.
House OK's Changes to Standardized Testing, Teacher ScoringThe House of Representatives approved a bill on Tuesday that would makes changes to how teachers around the state are scored.
Lericia Harris Reports: New SAT to debut in March - What You Need to KnowBack in 2014 the College Board announced details of a massive redesign of the SAT. Starting this March, students in the class of 2017 and younger will meet the new SAT...
Study: Teens Get Only 39 Minutes Of Exercise A DayResearchers found teens average less than the recommended level of exercise.
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Alabama Teacher Of The Year Resigns After Being Told She's UnqualifiedAnn Marie Corgill says state officials told her she did not have proper certification to teach fifth grade.
Study: Nighttime Texting Linked To Bad GradesStudents who reported texting or using social media late at night also reported their schoolwork suffered.
Study: Kids Who Snore Heavily Perform Worse At SchoolA new study finds kids who habitually snore or suffer sleep apnea show school grades about 12 percent lower than their peers.
Study: Four-Day School Weeks Are Better For KidsStudy finds a shorter school week, combined with longer school days, can help elementary students improve performance at math.
Study: More Than 1 Million Black Students Suspended, Majority Coming From Southern StatesA new study finds that more than 1 million black students were suspended during the 2011-2012 academic year, with a majority of those suspensions coming in southern states.