"According to a new study released by DonorsChoose, Black male teachers spend more time with students outside the classroom than teachers of any other racial demographic. In addition, the study found that Historically Black College and University (HBCU) graduates account for some of the most dedicated teachers. They spend over 5 hours per week on tutoring outside the classroom and 6 hours per week on mentoring, compared to 4 hours a week each, on the part of Black teachers who did not graduate from HBCUs. Moreover, Black HBCU graduates reported an average of 18 students hanging out in their classrooms outside of regular class hours, compared to 11 students for Black teachers who did not graduate from HBCUs." Read the full story on forbes.com.