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10 black scholarship programs still open despite COVID-19

    10 black scholarship programs still open despite COVID-19

Every year, there are many programs that give away scholarships to thousands of African American and other minority students. In 2020, though, many of these programs have been cancelled and/or postponed because of the worldwide coronavirus pandemic. Here are 10 black scholarship programs that are still open.

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N.C. Association of Educators awards high school senior Allen Choyce with Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship

    N.C. Association of Educators awards high school senior  Allen Choyce with Martin  Luther King Jr. Scholarship

Ronald Reagan High School senior Allen Choyce is the recipient of a $1,200 Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship from the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE). Scholarships are given annually in honor of Dr. King’s legacy.

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Salem Academy and College names new interim president and vice president

    Salem Academy and College names new interim president and vice president

Salem Academy and College names new interim president and vice president

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When dance goes digital at WFU

    When dance goes digital at WFU

When dance goes digital at WFU

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What is the coronavirus black student debt crisis?

  What is the coronavirus black student debt crisis?

What is the coronavirus black student debt crisis?

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Final grading decisions made by NCDPI and NCSBE

  Final grading decisions made by NCDPI and NCSBE

Final grading decisions made by NCDPI and NCSBE

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Busta’s Educators of the Week: Educators are also on the frontline in this war against COVID-19

  Busta’s Educators of the Week: Educators are also on the frontline in this war against COVID-19

Busta’s Educators of the Week: Educators are also on the frontline in this war against COVID-19

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Leandro ruling could bring much needed aid to N.C. public schools

  Leandro ruling could bring much needed aid to N.C. public schools

Earlier this week, Knollwood Baptist Church and Action4Equity held a virtual gathering to discuss the recent findings in the state’s landmark constitutional education case, Leandro v. North Carolina, and how it will impact the future of K-12 education funding across the state.

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English professor’s poems weave couplets with quantum physics

  English professor’s poems weave couplets with quantum physics

English professor’s poems weave couplets with quantum physics

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Stephanie Dance-Barnes named dean of the College of Science and Health at DePaul University

  Stephanie Dance-Barnes named dean of the College of Science and Health at DePaul University

Stephanie Dance-Barnes, interim associate provost, dean of the University College of Lifelong Learning and associate professor of cell and molecular biology at Winston Salem State University, has been named dean of the College of Science and Health at DePaul University in Chicago.

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