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PeerForward is getting Black and Brown students ready for college and beyond

Student influencers have been empowering “PeerForward” for the past 25 years...

Remembering Walter Scott Hawkins

Walter Scott Hawkins passed away Nov. 18 at 72 years old...

Cal State University extends Fall 2021 application deadline due to COVID

California State University system has extended its fall 2021 application deadline to Dec. 15...

Compton native is latest Rhodes Scholar

Elijah DeVaughn of Compton, who attends Harvard, is headed to Oxford to study as Rhodes Scholar...

USC Screen Scoring Diversity Scholarship for Black students

The USC Screen Scoring Diversity Scholarship is for Black composition students...

In-person learning to return to LAUSD in hybrid model

LAUSD will use a combination of at-home learning and in-person instruction when students return to the classroom...

Lewis named I Have A Dream Foundation interim executive director

Janell Lewis has been appointed the new interim executive director...

Black foster care youth less likely attending school

Black youth in foster care have the largest chronic absenteeism rate in..

LA voters pass $7B LAUSD bond measure

Measure RR, a $7 billion bond measure aimed at providing the Los Angeles Unified School District with a steady flow of money...

Voting yes on Prop 16 may help close K-12 Black student achievement gap

On Nov. 3, voters will determine the fate of Proposition 16. If approved, it will..

Inglewood schools to receive refurbished laptops for pupils

The parent company of Southern California Edison Co. is donating refurbished..

Young middle and high school girls mobilize voters

In what will likely be the most important presidential election of their...

Non-profit organization providing free afterschool programs

Jade Love Kids Foundation is offering a free African-American history after school..

HBCU Week highlights increased access to college

Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) are known for helping students of..

‘Can the Trash’ poster contest begins for elementary students

Third- through fifth-grade students have the chance for their environmentally-themed..

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