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Meet 19-year-old Ronald McCullough Jr, the child genius who skipped second grade, will graduate university two years early and hopes to become an astronaut

MEET RONALD McCullough Jr, who will graduate from university two years early, aged 19.

The former child genius skipped second grade, graduated early from Atlanta’s Maynard Jackson High School, and started his college journey at age 16. 248 more words

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A proposal in Wisconsin

Students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison are taking a stand and requesting new ways to allow minorities to be a bigger part of their campus. 497 more words

AP FACT CHECK: Black colleges hardly school choice pioneers

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EDITOR’S NOTE _ A look at the veracity of claims by political figures.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is praising the country’s historically black colleges and universities as pioneers on school choice. 432 more words

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'Inspired by Chance the Rapper', NFL star Michael Bennett plans to donate all his 2017 endorsement earnings to minority charities

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS defensive end Michael Bennett has announced he plans to donate all his 2017 endorsement earnings to minority charities.

In an Instagram post, the NFL star said he was “inspired by Chance The Rapper,” who earlier this week pledged a $1 million donation to Chicago Public Schools. 144 more words

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