Black Girls Code Comes To Spelman Campus

Education - The Atlanta Voice 6/29 4:21A Noah Washington
The camp hosted 50 middle school and high school campers for an immersive understanding of STEM education and potential career paths they can explore. Photo by Noah Washington/The Atlanta Voice Black...

CIA and ORISE support local Battlebots Competition

Education - The Atlanta Voice 6/29 1:00A Laura Nwogu
A team of students (above) prepares their robot to enter the competition.  Photo by Laura Nwogu/The Atlanta Voice In partnership with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), The Oak Ridge Institute for...

The Mandela Washington Fellowship returns to CAU

Education - The Atlanta Voice 6/17 12:24A Isaiah Singleton
Clark Atlanta University (CAU) recently announced its selection as an Institute Partner for the 2024 Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders. Beginning June 19 – July 28, CAU will host...

Confederate Heroes’ Names on Schools Is Making a Comeback

Education - The Atlanta Voice 6/1 5:07A Joseph Williams, Word in Black
In 2020, when millions of people worldwide took to the streets to protest the murder of George Floyd , a small school district in northwestern Virginia — an area that gave safe haven to Confederate...

Brooklyn Tea hosts Camp HBCYouth fundraiser, block party

Education - The Atlanta Voice 5/28 1:27A Noah Washington
A block party and fundraiser for Camp HBCYouth was hosted by Brooklyn Tea, of the newer Black-owned businesses in Castleberry Hill area, last week. Camp HBCYouth is an educational summer day camp...

CFB Playoff trophy makes its way to local elementary school

Education - The Atlanta Voice 5/2 12:50A Noah Washington
College Football Playoff championship trophy during a stop at M. Agnes Elementary School earlier this week. Photo by Noah Washington/The Atlanta Voice On Tuesday, April 30, the College Football...

The Toughest Issue for Teachers Is Even Tougher For Students

Education - The Atlanta Voice 5/1 10:22A Joseph Williams, Word in Black
The number-one concern among teachers – student poverty – is the root of other major problems, like absenteeism and depression. “ This article was originally published on  Word In Black . ” Overview: In its survey of teachers nationwide, the Pew...
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