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Northwestern High receives $5,000 grant for teachers

Recently, Miami Northwestern Senior High School [MNSH] was the recipient of a generous offer from the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organization [AFL-CIO].

Lil TerRio promotes staying in school

Who would have thought that an overnight celebrity would come from a six-year-old just being himself? With his loving personality, TerRio Harshaw [also known as Lil’ TerRio] has captured the hearts of thousands around the nation. And his popularity has ...

Allapattah Middle School walks for breast cancer cure

Over 250 students from Allapattah Middle School [AMS] recently decided to come together to make a stand for those battling breast cancer. They said that because October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, they wanted to show their support in finding ...

UF celebrates dreams fulfilled

The University of Florida’s [UF] Association of Black alumni hosted its annual Black alumni weekend to celebrate the 50th year of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. The theme ...

Student recognized for his academic achievements

Mervin Cox, a junior at Miami Palmetto Senior High, has been chosen to be the 5000 Role Models’ student of the month.

Plant it Forward opens largest aquaponics lab

A unique university-community school partnership has recently invaded the campus of Miami Northwestern Senior High School [MNSH]. The Plant It Forward food production educational program, powered by One America and led by Points of Light, was a fun-filled event while ...

Peace Park rally to unite youth

Teddy bears — intended to bring joy and love have instead taken on a whole new meaning in our urban communities. Many in our community know exactly what it means to see a bunch of teddy bears stacked on top ...

Highlights of 2013 Education Summit

Did you know that by the age of three, children from low-income families have heard 30 million fewer words than their more affluent peers? NBC News has made it their mission to engage the country in “solution-focused conversation about the ...

UF now offers major in African American studies

Just as Sam Cooke belted out in his 1964 single, “A Change is Gonna Come,” — from the looks of things in Gainesville — indeed it has. Building on the 44 year-old program, the University of Florida [UF] now offers ...

Debate continues for Common Core

The back and forth debates of how the national Common Core standards should be established are still going strong. From aggressive tea party groups to conservative moms, people are speaking out about a bill that could halt Florida’s involvement in ...

FMU, FDOT say “put it down”

With the variety of different campaigns around the world advocating no texting and driving, Florida Memorial University [FMU] joins The Florida Department of Transportation [FDOT] in its “Put It Down” awareness campaign.

Sheyes Liberty City center faces trying times

Every child is unique in their own right and Juanita Walker, owner/CEO of Sheyes of Miami Learning Centers, say she is determined to improve every child’s self-esteem and confidence through positive feedback and rewards. Unfortunately, it is becoming more and ...

Attorney Nyanza Shaw leads micro educational workshop

All good things come to an end. Miami Film Life Center [MFLC] will be concluding their month-long community events with an informative workshop on Wednesday, September 25, 2013.

Soar Park gets family center makeover

The Little Haiti Optimist Club recently spearheaded a remodeling project at Soar Park that will brighten the lives of families with computer training,

ACT reports Blacks still falling behind

In the eyes of your child’s teacher, your child may be ready for college and all that comes with it, but according to the ACT yearly report only 5 percent of Black students are. In fact the report shows that ...