OPSB puts off contract vote for superintendent to discuss details

By Marta Jewson The Lens The Orleans Parish School Board delayed a vote last week on its new superintendent’s contract because board members want to

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RSD says it’s ready to engage community

By Kari Dequine Harden Contributing Writer In the past, engaging the community in the decision regarding which charter operator would move into which New Orleans

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S.C. subcommittee votes to close state’s only HBCU
By Roberto Alejandro Contributing Writer (Special to the NNPA from the Afro-American Newspaper) – A South Carolina House subcommittee has recommended the state’s only historically Black higher education institution, South Carolina State ...
Legislators talk of SUNO/UNO merger
Just four years after Louisiana lawmakers mulled over a bill proposing to merge historically Black Southern University at New Orleans with predominantly white University of New Orleans, the state legislature ...
Myth that there are more Black men in prison than college is debunked
In a 2013 column for The Root, Howard University professor and Congressional Black Caucus Foundational analyst Ivory A. Toldson said that the myth about there being more Black men ...
SUNO conference on dyslexia set for Feb. 19
Ten to 15 percent of the population in the U.S. has dyslexia, yet only five out of every 100 dyslexics are recognized and receive assistance, according to the Dyslexia Research ...
Consul General hopes to open French high school to continue language education
By Kari Dequine Harden Contributing Writer With increasing interest in French immersion education in New Orleans, there are currently no opportunities for students to continue at a high school level. Grégor Trumel, the ...
Xavier awarded $80K grant from Black and Indian Mission Board
Xavier University of Louisiana was recently awarded an $80,000 grant from the Black and Indian Mission Board in support of its educational ministries. The Xavier grant was among those approved this ...
Making the corporate donation on behalf of AT&T to Ladies for Purple Scholars Foundation representative Ann Eugene is Leo Marsh, left. On hand for the presentation are St. Aug principal Sean Goodwin, second from right, and Lambert Boissiere, Constable of First City Court and St. August alumnus.
AT&T donates monies to help St. Aug students pay for their tuition
The Ladies for Purple Scholars Foundation has received a $5,000 contribution from AT&T to support St. Augustine High School students who may be struggling with covering the cost of tuition.
Delgado’s reputation gets major boost
A recent report published in Community College Week listed Delgado Community College among the nation’s fastest-growing public two-year colleges with enrollments of at least 10,000 students.

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