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  TMZ is reporting that Legendary songwriter Diane Warren who is notorious for writing songs like; Toni Braxton’s “Unbreak My Heart” and Aerosmith’s “I Don’t Want to Miss…

Brian Dawson donates $1000 to northern high school for thier athletic dept from OSAW an TSW foundation bennifitting kids seeking higher education.

Durham Technical Community College is recruiting students for its first class in a program to help high school dropouts get back into school.<!--more-->

Via: Youtube Check out B Dawson at Hillside High School.

Via: The Urban Daily Nas was on hand at the Boys and Girls Club’s 43rd annual National Keystone Conference in Pittsburgh to drive home the importance of education and leadership. The elite lyricist spoke candidly about his personal life, admitting that he never finished high school and regrets the decision despite his years of a […]

Via: NewsOne A high school in Washington, D.C., on Friday named a former women’s professional football player as its head varsity football coach, a move that a national women’s sports advocacy group calls historic. Natalie Randolph, 29, a science teacher at Calvin Coolidge Senior High School, was introduced as the school’s head football coach Friday […]

Via: WRAL Hands-on projects have replaced standardized testing at a California high school that graduates nearly all of its students and sends all of its graduates to college.