Minority Youth Media Consumption May Be Hampering Academic Achievement
By Nadra Kareem Nittle
LOS ANGELES—Krystal Murphy received her first cellphone at age 13 and she used it solely to keep her parents in the loop about her activities. Four years later, her use of the phone has changed dramatically. Now 17, she relies on it to
DETROIT (AP) _ A federal appeals court on Friday struck down Michigan's ban on the consideration of race and gender in college admissions, saying it burdens minorities and violates the U.S. Constitution.
The 2-1 decision upends a sweeping law that forced the University of Michigan
The San Bernardino City Unified School District will have two new assistant superintendents when the 2011-2012 school year begins July 1.
On Tuesday, June 21, the Board of Education hired veteran educators with Inland Empire roots to fill two key vacancies created when Dr. Judy White and Dr. Dayton Gilleland left the District to become superintendents in Moreno Valley and West Sacramento, respectively.
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. – Cal State San Bernardino will introduce a newStudent Success, Graduation and Career Placement initiative in the fall to significantly advance academic and career success at the university.
The initiative is intended to greatly expand academic and student services support for CSUSB students, with the goal of increasing the likelihood that students will continue their education,