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A new “MicroMasters” online learning program offered by major universities

From Hong Kong to Holland, 14 institutions join MOOC partnership

Why more black students are enrolling in historically black colleges

In the era of Black Lives Matter, some students feel safer on majority-black campuses

Even preschool teachers can be guilty of racially stereotyping black babies

Perception is a matter of life or death. Now, a new study from Yale University delivers the news that even black babies suffer the burdens racial stereotyping inflicts. Preschool educators’…

U.S. quietly works to expand apprenticeships to fill white-collar jobs

With other countries’ systems as a model, apprenticeships have started to expand

Can all students succeed at science and technology high schools?

No longer only for the elite, a new generation of science high schools could help low-income and minority students get better jobs

Federal grant aims to boost low-income test takers in Mississippi

State superintendent Dr. Carey Wright says the grant will help create equitable opportunities for students to earn college credit in high school. Photo: Imani Khayyam Mississippi…

The business decision segregating college students by income and race

In a bid for revenue, campuses build pricey new dorms many can’t afford

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Is Mississippi’s child care system backsliding?

Vital programs for vulnerable Mississippi children in limbo as state rushes to meet new federal rules

“They only kill us because of our skin color and our race.”

What kids worried about during a year of police violence

This futuristic afterschool program really works, so why is the funding being slashed?

A funding blunder in Mississippi endangers after school programs for some of its neediest children

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