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Ascend Academy School officials propose alternative programs tailored to address special needs of their students

Ascend Academy School officials propose alternative programs tailored to address special needs of their students ...

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BCPS receives $200,000 grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation for Minority Success Academy Early Years Program

Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) Minority Success Academy Early Years Program is proud to have been selected for the $200,000 grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation ...

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Foster care youth celebrated during 11th annual Transitional Independent Living Program graduation ceremony

Foster care youth celebrated during 11th annual Transitional Independent Living Program graduation ceremony ...

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Milestones in African American Education

Milestones in African American Education ...

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High School Football: 5 Teams to Watch For In Broward County

The Miami Dolphins held their high school football media days at Nova Southeastern University and there was much excitement in the air. The athletes were delighted and thrilled inside of Nova because the attention, and because media days signaled that the new high school football season is almost underway. At media days, we found out that they’re a lot of interesting storylines to keep an eye out for.  Toda ...

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High School Football: 5 Teams to Watch In Miami-Dade County

The Miami Dolphins held their high school football media days at Nova Southeastern University and there was much excitement in the air. The athletes were delighted and thrilled inside of Nova because the attention, and because media days signaled that the new high school football season is almost underway. At media days, we found out that they’re a lot of interesting storylines to keep an eye out for.  Toda ...

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Is LeBron James, the Next Great African-American Leader?

“If you don’t stand for something, then you’ll fall for anything.” I remember growing up and sitting in my room, watching sports, having my father barge in the door, and begin to tell me those words. He would go on for minutes about how there was so much injustice in the country and how African-American civilians were treated much negatively than other races. He would frequently teach me about African-Ameri ...

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Volusia’s first Black female deputy retires

Avis Burrows never really noticed, or cared, that she was the first Black female deputy at the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office (VCSO). ...

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