Why should churches have Christian Charter Schools?

Parents have the choice to send their children to traditional public schools in their communities as a result of the Brown v. Board of Education [&hellip

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What’s your parenting superpower?

The power of play: A once-upon-a-time opportunity - By Laura James Parents everywhere have superpowers! Unfortunately, this power is often dormant because most parents don’t even [&hellip


The ACT’s changes and what they mean for test takers

By Jay Bacrania What changed? In early June, the ACT announced that it will be making minor changes to its popular college admissions exam starting [&hellip


Through leadership, how can we revitalize National Baptist Convention?

For centuries, there has been a debate about whether leaders are born or made. Some people believe leaders are born because they have inherited an [&hellip


Why are America’s children falling short of a quality education?

 Many children are living in poverty, but regardless of their social economic background, they are consuming some of the finest accessories such as electronic devices [&hellip


How can the U.S. provide more college opportunities for students?

The United Negro College Fund is known for the phrase, “A mind is a terrible thing to waste.” Its mission is to fund scholarships for [&hellip


How can vertical alignment be used to better assess and prepare for a storm?

Television star Gomer Pyle once said, “Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.” A couple of weeks ago, the Atlanta [&hellip


How does a video contest bring awareness to cyberbullying?

Sticks and stone may break my bones, but words will never hurt me is a well-known rhyme from childhood.  In today’s world, word and pictures [&hellip


How Must We Save the Family?

Using the publications of his four books covering the areas of education, hazing and professional careers, Dr. Ronald Holmes gave an excerpt of these publications [&hellip


How can school districts provide personalized learning models to students?

America’s school system is constantly being criticized by individuals, business executives, policymakers and politicians about students’ poor performance on standardized tests and ill-preparedness for college [&hellip