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Weekly News Roundup

April 11, 2011 – April 17, 2011

When schools separate
Carl KenneyThe Durham News, April 17, 2011

Montgomery County’s search for a school superintendent with staying power
Robert Samuels, The Washington Post, April 17, 2011

Minority engineering programs celebrate 40 years
Nicole Wentling, Kansan News, April 17, 2011

Emancipation is hard to celebrate when kids are still slave to city’s violence
Courtland Milloy, Washington Post, April 17, 2011

‘Learn Today, Lead Tomorrow’ is theme of Youth Empowerment Workshop
IU News Room,

Scholarships And Mentoring Programs Geared Toward Ethnic Groups
Staff Writer, Online Media, April 16, 2011

Incoming NYC Schools Chancellor seeks to ease tension in debate over teacher layoffs
The Associated Press, April 16, 2011

Charter school bill divides parents, educators
Tori Hamby, The Herald Weekly, April 14, 2011

Youth need education of sacrifices made by African-American elders
Antionette Kerr, The Dispatch, April 14, 2011

How a troubled youth became an award-winning author
Davina Hamilton, Voice online, April 13, 2011

Souls with Voices fills silences
Charlacia Dent, Miscellany News, April 13, 2011

Harvard admits record numbers of African-American and Latino students
Jeevan Vasagar, Guardian, April 12, 2011

African Americans, women and youth hit hard
Juan Lopez, People’s World, April 12, 2011

Black students and the class ceiling
Tony Sewell, The Telegraph, April 12, 2011

City task force releases new plan to fight youth gun violence
Bethany Moore, Medill Reports Chicago, April 12, 2011

Education Funds Are Jeopardized As Stimulus Money Expires
Joy Resmovits, Huffington Post, April 11, 2011

One Group Of Students Has A Higher Chance Of Failing The HS Exit Exam
CBS News, April 11, 2011

CPS plans African-American Male Initiative
Jessica Brown, Cincinnati News, April 11, 2011

College students to re-enact Freedom Rides for 50th anniversary
News Record, April 11, 2011


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