List/Grid

Education Subscribe to Education

Report: Indiana teachers make way less now than in 2000

INDIANAPOLIS — Teachers in Indiana have taken a sizable pay cut over the last two decades, according to a recent article. Indiana teachers made 16 percent less in 2017 than they… Read more »

Michigan State University Has A Strange Response To A Racist Student

  Michigan State University addressed a student’s racist social media post by lecturing the entire student body about racism—instead of disciplining the offender. See Also: SMH: College Campuses Are Breeding… Read more »

Linda Brown, central figure in school segregation case, dies

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — As a girl in Kansas, Linda Brown’s father tried to enroll her in an all-white school in Topeka. He and several black families were turned away,… Read more »

Taylor University Gets $75k Grant Extension from Lockheed Martin for Malware Research

Upland, Ind. – Aerospace and defense industry company Lockheed Martin has granted a $75,000 renewal of a grant to the Taylor University Computer Science (CSE) Department as part of a… Read more »

Black Teacher Caught Promoting White Supremacy — And The School Knew

A51-year-old Black teacher in Florida was caught tweeting White supremacist propaganda and Islamophobia, According to Orlando Sentinel. In one post, Sundai Brown wrote, “Imans worldwide instruct muslims to invade western countries, outbreed them,… Read more »

Passenger killed in New York helicopter crash was Butler University grad

NEW YORK – One of the passengers killed in a helicopter crash in New York has an Indiana tie. Daniel Thompson, 34, was one of five people killed when the… Read more »

Why Arming Teachers is Bad For Black Students

The debate surrounding the state of school security following last week’s deadly massacre in Florida has increasingly turned to arming teachers and police alike on school grounds. However, were that… Read more »

Concordia College Closing Its Doors, Collapsing Under A Challenge That Many HBCUs Face

After nearly a century of educating Black students, Concordia College in Selma, Alabama announced on Wednesday that it will cease operations at the end of the spring semester. SEE ALSO:… Read more »

Maryland ‘Throws Peanuts’ At Its Publicly Funded HBCUs

Some of Maryland’s Black lawmakers were insulted by the amount of funding Gov. Larry Hogan proposed on Wednesday to satisfy a lawsuit over the state’s inequitable funding of four public Historically… Read more »

Michelle Obama Discusses The Importance Of Educators In This Political Climate

The Obamas may no longer be in the White House, but their leadership presence is still felt. Former first lady Michelle Obama delivered a poignant speech at the School Counselor… Read more »