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School Systems Are Failing Males

School Systems Are Failing Males

School systems seem to be failing boys and young men, according to a recent New York Times essay, “It’s Become Increasing Hard for Them to Feel Good About Themselves.” Thomas Edsall reviews many different research studies that layout how schools are failing male children. This is not a new issue for boys; just seems to […]

TikTok Trends Doing Harmful Damage

TikTok Trends Doing Harmful Damage

This past September, a new TikTok trend encouraged kids to do another crazy thing. These trends tend to be destructive to the young people involved and the environment around them. Now, as of Sept. 29, 2021, these trends are rumored to continue into the year, as reported by the HITC news site. Kids across the […]

Decade of Success

Decade of Success

My life over the next decade will be nothing short of spectacular. I know this because I have a plan, and I believe in my dreams. My plan is simple yet complicated; creative, but also unoriginal; both flexible and concrete. In the next phase of my life, I plan to be successful and live in […]

The News School in Review

The News School in Review

The News School (TNS) or TheNewsSchool.com was founded in November 2015 by Christine Houston and DiMarkco Chandler. Since its inception, its primary purpose has been to provide a boldly inclusive training platform for youth and adults in the practice of news reporting. In early July 2016, TNS launched its first summer bootcamp journalism program with […]

Yolanda Hill-Williams Discusses Scholarships for Students

Yolanda Hill-Williams Discusses Scholarships for Students

During an interview, Yolanda Hill-Willams shared her thoughts, reactions, and feelings about the event she hosted on July 18, 2021. The event was the college gift basket giveaway, where Black college students were given school and home supplies to use when they make their way back to their dorm rooms this coming fall. Hill-Willams is a […]

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