The great granddaughter of Henrietta Lacks helps keep her legacy alive in at the Bio Technical Institute of Maryland, which provides technical education to students who pay no tuition and often find rewarding careers.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’s decision to stop investigating for-profit educational institutions for fraudulent practices is yet another reason to believe that the Trump presidency is most corrupt in US history, says former financial regulator Bill Black
Recently released documents show that the Charles Koch Foundation’s millions of dollars in donations to GMU were tied to control over hiring and firing of professors. The ultimate target of their conservative agenda, though, is to influence DC politics, says Bill Black
The Baltimore Bureau discusses the city’s uprising three years ago, a historic skating rink, local Senate races and the Hopkins nurses attempting to form a union.
Arizona High School Counselor Annie Conway says education advocates are fighting back against draconian budget cuts and the privatization of public schools
Parent and community advocates demand a seat at the policy-making table when it comes to increasing enrollment in Baltimore City Public Schools; officials claim the Enrollment Task Force is not subject to Open Meetings Act.
A student lead group called Youth Against War and Racism is partnering with the community to lead a fight against Hopkins’ connection to government agencies like the CIA and end its role in military research
Teacher strikes continue to spread: from West Virginia, to Kentucky, to Arizona, to Oklahoma, and now to Colorado. However, they are not just about pay – they are a result of systematic tax cuts designed to decimate public education, says Negin Owliaei of the Institute for Policy Studies
Educators in Kentucky are fighting back against drastic cuts to their pensions and charter school expansion, says teacher Blossom Brosi