On this segment of Access Houston, KG Smooth welcomes Dr. Kelly Brown, the founder of The Texas Teacher Academy. Dr. Brown serves as Master Teacher for the Texas Teacher Academy. She shares information regarding the TTA and how the company benefits students, teachers, and school districts as a whole. Our next conversation is a follow […]
9th Annual “Smart’n Up” Black Male Summit is designed to address the unique need of black males in Houston and Harris County (ages 13 and older). This years summit will focus on the importance of Education, Goal-setting and creating options for the future. The Black Males Summit serves as a informational catalyst in the […]
Port City Chapter of The Links, Incorporated presents the 13th Annual Health, Education, Science Fair and Carnival on Saturday, March 24, 2018 at 10:00 am to 1:30 pm – Sunnyside Park | 3502 Bellfort St., Houston, Texas 77051. Join in for South Central Sportz baseball team parade and opening day. This community event is free […]
Researchers found that just having one African-American educator can reduce one's risk of not finishing high school by 30 percent.
Chance the Rapper announces the launch of the New Chance Arts and Literature Fund for Chicago public schools.
NewsOne focuses in March 2017 on the steep uphill climb of Black girls in the K-12 public school system.
This week has been solidified as one of the best weeks ever! As if Google hasn’t been making monumental moves this year thus far with more focus on diversity, the famed company marks yet another accomplishment in their milestone. Today, it has been officially announced that Howard University has now opened a campus at the […]
Marvel Comics character Riri Williams, an African-American woman superhero, was featured in MIT’s admissions video.
John Wilson, President, Morehouse College, says he doesn’t know if Trump’s HBCU executive order will make an impact.