Changes planned for College Board’s Black history class

By Cheyanne Mumphrey, The Associated Press The College Board is revamping its Advanced Placement African American studies course again, vowing to give students an “unflinching encounter with the facts” following criticism that it watered down curriculum on slavery reparations and the Black Lives Matter movement after pressure from conservative politicians. The company did not say


The investment in our planet that we need

By Ben Jealous The theme for the 53rd Earth Day last Saturday was a timely one: Invest in Our Planet. This country has just begun to do that through the infrastructure and clean energy packages that President Biden and Congress approved in 2021 and 2022. We will be spending more money transforming our economy in


Coppin State University Center for Strategic Entrepreneurship to Announce Youth Entrepreneurship Research Project

BALTIMORE – The Coppin State University Center for Strategic Entrepreneurship and the Annie E. Casey Foundation will launch a new research study focused on youth entrepreneurship and economic opportunity during the 2023 Economic Inclusion Conference at Coppin, on Thursday, April 27, 2023. The Excellence in Entrepreneurial Learning (EXCEL) Research Project will focus on current entrepreneurship