Category : Education

by Staff - 1 month ago

Arlington students discuss Charlottesville

Last week, a group of Arlington High School students gathered in Delvonte Arnold’s history class to discuss the events in Charlottesville, Virginia. The discussion began with a screening of a clip from popular cable television show “Vice News,” befor...

by Staff - 1 month ago

College Choice Offers Its Take on the Nation’s Best HBCUs

College Choice.com, which ranks colleges and universities on a wide range of criteria, recently released its rankings of the 50 Best Historically Black Colleges and Universities. The website is an independent online publication that says it is “dedic...

by Staff - 1 month ago

Head Start administrator graduates from UCLA program

Joliet - Training completed by Head Start executive Ericka Williams will ultimately benefit children and their families from Catholic Charities Diocese of Joliet in Joliet, Illinois. Ericka is one of 40 graduates of the June 2017 UCLA Head Start Man...

by Staff - 1 month ago

JTHS hosting strategic plan meeting

Joliet Township High School invites the community and all stakeholders to a Strategic Plan Progress Report Presentation on Tuesday, September 12 from 3:45 to 6:45 p.m. in the Board Room of the JTHS Administrative Center located at 300 Caterpillar Dri...

by Staff - 1 month ago

In Memoriam: Franklin D. Cleckley, 1940-2017

Franklin D. Cleckley, the Arthur B. Hodges Professor of Law Emeritus in the College of Law at West Virginia University, died on August 14 at his home in Morgantown, West Virginia. He was 77 years old. Professor Cleckley taught at West Virginia Univer...

by Staff - 1 month ago

Clemson University’s First African American Dean Has Retired

Frankie O. Felder, senior associate dean at the Clemson University’s graduate school, retired on August 15.  Dr. Felder had served as a dean at the graduate school since 1987. A champion of the interests of students from underrepresented minorities,...