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| May 21, 2023

School Segregation Today Presents Stark Reality Nearly 70 Years After Brown

When the U. S. Supreme Court outlawed segregated public schools on May 17, 1954, in a case we know as Brown v. Board of Education, many Blacks saw this as the dawn of a new day. It held the promise of barriers swiftly falling in all aspects of American life.

Alumni | May 10, 2023

Middle School Music Teacher and Morgan Alum Named Baltimore City's Teacher of the Year

A middle school music teacher was surprised Wednesday as Baltimore City Public Schools' 2023 teacher of the year. Jared Perry, a music teacher at Booker T. Washington Middle School for the Arts, was presented the award by Baltimore City Public Schools CEO Sonja Santelises.

Grants | May 04, 2023

Morgan State Researchers to Collaborate in New NSF-Funded Institute for the Study of Trustworthy and Ethical Artificial Intelligence

Institute for Trustworthy AI in Law and Society (TRAILS) a First of its Kind, Multidisciplinary, Multi-Institutional Effort to Investigate AI Trustworthiness and its Impact on Marginalized Communities

| April 18, 2023

Maryland Educator Shortage Act Provides $20K Stipend for Student Teachers

A new state law will provide a $20,000 stipend for student teachers who commit to staying in Maryland. Morgan senior Jailyn Bridgeforth is a student teacher at Glenmount Elementary/Middle School in northeast Baltimore, and she knows the personal struggle of trying to stay in school while trying to make ends meet.

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