NBHE in the News

The Take Away: Homeschooling on the Rise Among African-Americans

 

CNN News

My View: Homeschooling: Marching to the beat of a different drummer

 

BBC News

"Home schooling: Why more black US families are trying it"

 

USA Today 

"Home-schooling demographics change, expand"

By Alesha Williams Boyd and Sergio Bichao, USA TODAY

 

WORLD MAGAZINE

News Article: Educational PioneersSeptember 2011 issue

 

CNN NEWS STORY:

Homeschooling on the Rise but Why? | December 3rd, 2010

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Tom Joyner and Black America Web Interview with NBHE

Living Black History: Black Homeschool EducatorsFebruary 25th,  2010

 

 

NBHE’s Media Exposure through the years

 

 Newsweek Magazine (Oct. 98), The Boston Globe (Aug. 22, 2000), Atlanta Journal Constitution,

Fox News, New York Times, CNN, ABC.com, New York Times, Focus on the Family in News,

The Crisis Magazine (NAACP Magazine), Africana Internet Publication (Jan. 2001), BET Tonight (August 15, 200l), BET News, Essence Magazine (Sept. 2002), Jet Magazine (Sept. 2003), Ebony Magazine (Sept. 2005), British Broadcasting Communication (BBC), Essence Magazine (Sept. 2008,) Tim Joyner’s blackamericaweb.com (Feb. 2010), Live Interview on Tim Joyner Morning Show (Mar. 2010,) Live Interview CNN “What Matters” (Dec. 2010),  other local and national magazines and newspapers (WAFB, Scott Rogers  Around Town Show,  WBRZ, etc.),

 

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