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After going test optional, the Ivy League and MIT had more racial and economic diversity than ever before. The post Will Returning To Standardized Tests For Colleges Hinder Student Diversity? appeared first on NewsOne.

America is a melting pot. So why haven’t we embraced the people who’ve represented that even before this country’s beginning?   The post History Of The Melungeons: The Forgotten Tribe Of Appalachia appeared first on NewsOne.

Researchers conducted a study that found students are not negatively impacted by anti-racism programs in schools. The post Study Finds No Increase In Stress Among High School Students Who Participated In Anti-Racism Program appeared first on NewsOne.

The Durham Association of Educators organized a "sickout" due to the district's decision on pay cuts, closing 12 DPS schools on Wednesday.

On Sunday, the Biden Administration launched a beta website for its SAVE (Saving on a Valuable Education) Plan for student loan borrowers.

This week, Wake County Public Schools launched a new visitor management system, which will run background checks upon entry. 

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Thursday (June 29) that affirmative action in college admissions is unconstitutional. As reported by WRAL, the decision came in two lawsuits challenging the admissions process at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Harvard University. UNC considered prospective students’ race and socioeconomic status among its factors into admitting […]

In the wake of legal challenges to the plan for student loan debt forgiveness, the pandemic-era pause on payments is extended until June 30, 2023. 

A minor boy is responsible for a series of threats made against over 50 HBCUs, churches, and other institutions.

In a conservative victory, a Trump-appointed federal judge in Texas struck down Biden's $400 billion plan to relieve student loan debt.

The US Supreme Court is expected to hear arguments today (Oct. 31) in two cases that have the potential to overturn decades of precedent that allowed the use of affirmative action in the college admission process. 

Students at the state’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) will have the opportunity to learn and earn this summer through a 10-week paid summer internship within the N.C. Department of Natural and Cultural Resources. The program will expose, engage and educate students through real-world experience within divisions of NCDNCR. The internships may be at […]