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Kamala Harris addresses truancy in new report Written by Shirley Hawkins
Thurgood Marshall College Fund launches Apple Scholars Program Written by Freddie Allen
UNCF kicks-off 33rd Annual Walk for Education Written by Brittany K. Jackson
Today’s Fresh Start approved for Charter status in Compton Written by LAWT News Service
View Park Library to be named after Bebe Moore Campbell Written by LAWT News Service
Administration would give prisoners access to student grants Written by JENNIFER C. KERR
Congress Struggles to Replace No Child Left Behind Written by Jazelle Hunt
Sharpton backs name change for Long Beach school Written by City News Service
L.A. County Park program providing free lunches for summer Written by LAWT News Service
LAUSD looks for new superintendent as Cortines steps down Written by City News Service
Gov't makes it easier for Corinthian students to erase debt; Gov't announces plan to ignore debt for more Corinthian students, could cost as much as $3.6B Written by Anne Flaherty
Holden’s Bill to create college pathways for high school students passes Assembly Written by LAWT News Service
Legal guardian sues LAUSD for sexually assaulted Gompers Middle School girl Written by City News Service
ITT Educational faces SEC charges of student loan cover-up Written by Michael Liedtke
New standardized tests bring technical challenges, concern Written by KIMBERLY HEFLING
Corinthian Colleges students to meet for help after shutdown Written by LAWT News Service
Should African Americans Endorse Whites over Blacks? Written by Julianne Malveaux
LAUSD to open all girls school Written by City News Service
Jailing Educators for ‘Cheating to the Test’ Written by Julianne Malveaux
‘My Sister’s Keeper’ Launched at Howard University & Spelman College; Black Women’s Health Imperative’ Program Focuses on Women Health Issues Written by Maria Adebola
California hopes to ease path to historically black colleges Written by LISA LEFF
LAUSD issues layoff notices Written by City News Service
America’s record of Black lynchings worse than previously thought Written by Zenitha Prince
Critics Say GOP Education Reform Would Hurt Poor and Black Students Written by Freddie Allen
Girls In Justice Written by Marian Wright Edelman
Educators empower families with special online Black History Course Written by Charlene Muhammad
African-American scholarship recipients emerging as next crop of leaders Written by LAWT News Service
INGLEWOOD Written by LAWT News Service
Feb. 1 is deadline to apply for $1.2 million Edison Scholars Program Written by City News Service
Dominguez High School focuses on Best Practices and Student Engagement through WASC accreditation recommendations Written by LAWT News Service

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