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The Biden administration suggests strategies to maintain diversity post-Affirmative Action ruling

The Biden administration has released guidance for colleges and universities wishing to maintain diversity in their admission practices. The release comes on the heels...

The EduVerse with ProfessorJBA: It’s a bad system, not bad students!

The number one problem that parents face with public education is the lack of focus on teaching the whole child. In most public-school districts,...

Biden administration introduces new student loan repayment plan

The Biden-Harris administration has introduced a new income-driven student loan repayment plan. The program, known as Saving on a Valuable Education or SAVE, is designed...

The EduVerse with ProfessorJBA: Changing the rules of engagement! 

We can’t continue to reimagine what teaching and learning looks like in public schools without reassessing how we engage parents, families and communities within...

The EduVerse with ProfessorJBA: The state of Black learning 2023

I’ve seen many things change over my 19 years in education; from chalkboards to dry erase boards, textbooks to tablets, public schools to public...

Florida criticized for controversial Black history standards

The Florida Board of Education has recently given its approval for new standards aimed at teaching Black history in public schools. However, the decision...

Biden administration to forgive $39 billion in student loans

The U.S. Education Department has announced that it will forgive loans for thousands of borrowers. Over 804,000 people will have their loans automatically forgiven to...

The EduVerse with ProfessorJBA: Birthing a new generation of abolitionists teachers

Traveling across the East coast, I’ve realized that more and more parents across cities and states are having the same issues in public education....

Democrats and Republicans blame each other for drop in U.S. history and civics knowledge among eight graders

A new report has shown a decline in U.S. history and civics scores among the Nation’s eight graders. According to the “Nation’s Report Card,” released...

The EduVerse with ProfessorJBA: Putting the pieces of high-stakes testing together for parents

The 2022-23 school year is almost coming to an end across the Nation, and parents are still concerned about learning loss and what’s happening...
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