By Kimberly Mayfield-Lynch and Kitty Kelly Epstein American schools need Black teachers. There is considerable documented evidence that Black students do better when they have more African-American teachers.
On a school campus, seventy percent of students are detached from society and instead have become inseparable to their mobile devices. Their attention span is shortening and they often do not focus on what needs [...]
Paying attention to your health is a key part of living a better life. To do that, you must become conscious of your health choices and put the effort
Granny, who is God? In her illustrated multicultural children’s book, author Carmen Bogan entertains this question that has probably lingered in the minds of most small children. <
By Quiana Lewis (Quiana Lewis joined the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation in 2014 as a program associate, working to build a Culture of Health by helping people attain stable, affordable health coverage.)
By Cathy Cockrell, UC Berkeley News After transferring to Berkeley in his early 30s, Danny Murillo did a research project on suspension practices in the public schools, looking at discipline meted out, in particular, to [...]
San Francisco State University will hold its 114th Commencement exercises at AT&T Park. The ceremony, scheduled for May 22, will be the first college or university commencement to take place at the 15-year-old waterfront ballpark. [...]
On February 13, the Stockton Thunder will host Space Night for the community including a Special Pre-Game presentation and the chance to meet former NASA astronaut Jose. M Hernandez.
“We cannot walk alone. And as we walk, we must make the pledge that we shall always march ahead. We cannot turn back,” said Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Beginning February 4, the Stockton-San Joaquin County Public Library will add six new bookmobile stops on Wednesdays to offer more community access to library materials. These expanded hours and locations are in response to community [...]