How Eagle Academy is Changing Lives of At-Risk Youth
It's a public education success story for inner city kids. The Eagle Academy for young men is a system of six schools, open to grades six through 12, and they're strategically placed in high crime areas in all five boroughs of New York City and in Newark, New Jersey.
'Hands Up United' Launches Roy Clay Sr. Tech Workshop with Ferguson Youth
On Saturday, February 7th Hands Up United launched the Roy Clay Sr. Tech Workshop at TREX Tech Hub in downtown St. Louis. Hands Up United has just launched the Roy Clay Sr. Tech Workshop, a program dedicated to teaching St. Louis youth how to write computer code. The goal of the series is to empower local youth not only with skills they can apply in their professional pursuits, but in their own communities to strengthen local black-owned businesses, nonprofit organizations, and social...
Mom Nearly Has Baby on Plane, Forces Flight Diversion
It wasn't turbulence on board the plane, but rather in a woman's belly that caused a flight diversion. Shaniqua Cherry was headed from Minnesota to Atlanta when her baby girl decided she wanted to make an appearance.
How Underperforming School Turned Around Test Scores, Conquered Common Core
Students in 29 states are taking the Common Core tests for the first time this spring. A few years ago, one school in Washington, D.C., changed how it prepares for standardized tests, adopting home visits, pep rallies and new curricula to give students a boost.
The legendary 3-time Academy Awards nominee, 5-time Tony Awards winner, 6-time Golden Globe winner, and 18-time Emmy Awards nominee Angela Lansbury talks about Murder, She Wrote. Featuring: Robert F. O'Neill.