Op-Ed By David C. Williams During Black History Month, I’m reflecting on various areas in the Black community and what contributions I could make to improve certain conditions. One concept […]
Standardized Testing and Discrimination
Standardized testing in Texas has a history of leaving minorities behind. The Texas Testing System: A History The implication that the standardized testing system may have some discriminatory links is […]
Automotive Technology Program at Dallas College Prepares Graduates to Work in Rapidly Changing Industry
To the benefit of the hundreds of students who pass through Dallas College’s automotive program every year, the program’s instructors have kept ahead of industry trends, churning out highly skilled graduates who’ve become invaluable to car dealerships, service centers, body shops and parts manufacturing facilities across North Texas.
Dallas B.U.I.L.D.s a Better Ecosystem for Entrepreneurs and Business Owners
Support for small business and entrepreneurs is a hurdle many, if not, all cities have overcome. Dallas is no exception, and as a town, which touts its business community, some […]
Smart Tips And Tricks For Teaching Kids Good Financial Habits
As kids across the country are gearing up to head back to school, parents and caregivers are looking forward to their children learning new lessons and skills, full of fun and education. While school is a primary place for students to learn, some of the most impactful lessons actually start at home — particularly about money and developing healthy financial habits early.
Elevating Black Entrepreneurs in Dallas
As many businesses continue to recover from the events of last year, there are several actions that Dallas Black business owners can take to begin to overcome some of these challenges and better position their businesses for success.