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Facing higher teen pregnancy and maternal mortality rates, Black wome…

About 40% of women who get abortions in the U.S. are Black, and advocates say abortion bans like Texas’ will increase their health and financial risks.

Montgomery Co. schools revise history curriculum in 4th, 5th grades

The new curriculum will incorporate anti-bias and anti-racist content and local history about Montgomery County.

Georgia State First Among Public Institutions in Sending the Most African American Students to Study Abroad - Georgia State University News - Campus News

Georgia State University ranked first among public institutions in sending the most African American students to study abroad. It also ranked 11th among public institutions in sending the most racial and ethnic minority students to study abroad.

Matthew Prophet, first Black superintendent of Portland Public Schools, dies at 92

In his decade at Portland Public Schools, Prophet improved outcomes for minority students and stabilized the district’s finances, raised teacher pay, and cemented a legacy as a charismatic, hardworking leader.

Vermont schools grapple with which flags to fly on campuses

In the wake of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling last month, some Vermont school administrators are trying to balance student speech with the threat of litigation.