University of Phoenix
Byron Jones, the EVP and CFO of University of Phoenix, talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about Saving Tomorrow, Today, a partnership with Florida A&M University to offer online courses for minority K12 students and prepare them for higher education while also helping to create a pipeline for future HBCU attendance. Click the link below to […]
In the last 10 years, America has been involved in a massive pushback against culturally biased education in everything from learning materials to standardized test questions. Dr. Christopher Emdin, the author of For White Folks Who Teach in the Hood… and the Rest of Y’all Too, has been on the forefront of this rebuke of the […]
Education is one of the topics that must be addressed by both Republican and Democratic presidential candidates, because it is what many consider to be the “great equalizer” in America. As many of NewsOne Now’s viewers know, Roland Martin and the University of Phoenix are committed to promoting initiatives that further academic achievement. Martin caught […]
A coalition led by Al Sharpton launched the first phase of an education movement. Churches in four cities are organizing working groups to lay their foundation.
The Rev. Al Sharpton and partners are launching a four-city tour to promote the reconnection of communities and schools. The cities are Atlanta, Richmond, Baltimore and Columbia.
University of Phoenix has produced a documentary with One Solution, Saving Tomorrow Today: The Curriculum of the New America. Byron Jones, the CFO of…
TFA is committed to recruiting 2,400 Latino undergraduates and professionals over the next three years to teach in predominantly low-income Latino schools.
Boys who go to neighborhood barbershops in the Mobile and Pritchard, Alabama area are getting more than a haircut. They’re also discovering books they can relate to, with characters that look like them.
According to The Condition of STEM 2013 Report, “The academic achievement gap that exists in general for ethnically diverse students is even more pronounced among…