Education

Liberation Education, Part 1: Students ‘push back’ against factors that contribute to school-to-prison pipeline

    Liberation Education, Part 1: Students ‘push back’ against factors that contribute to school-to-prison pipeline

Liberation Education, Part 1: Students ‘push back’ against factors that contribute to school-to-prison pipeline

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Read Write Spell names Esharan Monroe-Johnson as executive director

    Read Write Spell names  Esharan Monroe-Johnson as  executive director

Read Write Spell has named Esharan Monroe-Johnson as executive director. A not-for-profit organization based in Winston-Salem, Read Write Spell leverages the power of community volunteers to provide free, long-term, one-to-one reading instruction to Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools students who struggle with literacy skills.

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Sigmas award two scholarships

    Sigmas award two scholarships

On Saturday, July 17, the Delta Sigma Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. scholarship committee, along with the Sigma Beta Club advisory committee, held a scholarship presentation for their recent Sigma Beta Club graduates. The scholarships, named in honor of distinguished service chapter member Darryl A. Prince, Sr., were presented at Grace Fellowship Church located at 4015 Brownsboro Road.

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DTLR awards first ever HBCU scholarship to local students

    DTLR awards first ever HBCU scholarship to local students

DTLR, one of the country’s most successful lifestyle retailers with more than 240 stores in 19 states, recently announced the recipients of its first ever HBCU Scholarship Program. The scholarship awarded a total of $10,000 to five high school seniors from across the country who plan to enroll in a full-time undergraduate program at an HBCU. Each scholarship recipient received $2,000 toward the 2021-2022 school year.

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Job Corps Scholars Program at WSSU offers free college courses and career certifications

  Job Corps Scholars Program at WSSU offers free college courses and career certifications

Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) is now offering a new program that allows participants to complete free college courses and earn career preparedness certification in the field of their choice.

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Foundation and social workers help college students and honor Michael L. Clements

  Foundation and social workers help college students and honor Michael L. Clements

Foundation and social workers help college students and honor Michael L. Clements

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WSSU partners with Barnes & Noble College to offer free textbooks to undergraduate students

  WSSU partners with Barnes & Noble College to offer  free textbooks to undergraduate students

Winston-Salem State University has announced that it has partnered with Barnes & Noble College to implement BNC First Day® Complete, a course material delivery model that will drive student success by ensuring all students are prepared to begin learning on the first day of class.

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Livingstone College to forgive debt of returning students

  Livingstone College to forgive debt of returning students

Livingstone College has announced an initiative that will forgive the debt of students who attended Livingstone during the spring 2021 academic semester.

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Reynolds’ stadium saga continues

  Reynolds’ stadium saga continues

After a nearly two-hour-long meeting last week, the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools’ Board of Education voted against using $2 million in savings to help with the construction of a stadium for Reynolds High School in Hanes Park.

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UNCSA names Endalyn Taylor dean of the School of Dance

  UNCSA names Endalyn Taylor dean of the School of Dance

UNCSA names Endalyn Taylor dean of the School of Dance

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