Dual Enrollment. You might have heard about the program before, and maybe even considered joining it. But what exactly is dual enrollment, and what can you expect from it? Look no further than VOX ATL’s Zariah Taylor, who sat down to talk about the Pros and Cons from her three years of dual enrollment.
“The reality is that you have to know your history in order to chart your future.” — Keisha Lance Bottoms, the 60th Mayor of the City of Atlanta Black scholar and founder of what is now known as Black History Month Carter G. Woodson, once said, “Those who have no record of what their forebears…Read on
One group gets the chance to live and learn and ultimately build a subconscious set of rules as to what is acceptable in the school system. The other group carries invisible targets on their backs. Read on
Okay and who thinks Black history should also be taught in schools? Great! By a show of hands, who thinks Critical Race Theory should be taught in schools? Awesome. You know who doesn’t? Texas Governor Greg Abbott. House Bill 3979, signed by Governor Abbott, states that Critical Race Theory will not be required to be…Read on
As students are returning to school this fall, the after effects of virtual education are a concerning topic for them to think about. To discover the most common after effects of Zoom school, VOX Media Cafe conducted a survey of nearly 30 high-school students from Georgia and California. Read on