School Discipline Reform cost millions. Schools can save millions by empowering teachers instead of other programs that continue to fail. The Raccelerate Formula empowers teachers to reduce disproportionate discipline associated with the perception of racism.
The Raccelerate Formula is a product of the Raccelerate Phenomenon. The Raccelerate Phenomenon has roots in Newton’s Third Law of Motion. Newton’s Third Law of Motion states that when one body exerts a force on a second body, the second body simultaneously exerts a force equal in magnitude and opposite in direction on the first body. In elementary terms, Newton’s Third Law of Motion states that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
The Raccelerate Phenomenon follows the same principle as Newton’s Third Law of Motion in that whenever there is a perceived infringement by a Black male against a White female there is an negative overreaction portrayed in the media. Specifically, the Raccelerate Phenomenon states that for every action that a Black male takes against a White female there is an elevated negative reaction towards Black men. The Raccelerate Phenomenon is the cause for many of the racial tensions between Blacks and Whites.
The Raccelerate Phenomenon has an impact on the education, unemployment, incarceration, and poverty level of Black men. Presently there are over 125 million and 20 million White women and Black men respectively in the United States. The graduation rate for White women is 88%. the graduation for Black men is 52%. The unemployment rate for White women is 7.1%. The unemployment rate for Black men is 13.3%. The prison rate for White women is 15%. The prison rate for Black men is 64%. The poverty rate for White woman is 11.6%. The poverty rate for Black men is 35%. The Raccelerate Formula is a necessity to help schools save money as the continue their School Discipline Reform efforts.
The Raccelerate Formula helps educators reflect on their practice to avoid the atrocities associated with allegations of racism. Educators who have the opportunity to reflect on their practice also have an opportunity to improve education for all students. The Raccelerate Formula helps to reduce school violence, civil rights lawsuits, and racism claims against staff members.
How was the Raccelerate Formula developed?
In a recent article, California’s school suspensions show racial disparity, disciplinary data was used to determine which schools needed additional diversity training. After evaluating the data, is was determined that the process was flawed because it uses quantity as the basic measure to determine the potential racism in the school.
It appears from the article that schools that had more than 200 recorded incidents were classified as racist and were provided the additional training. Using this as a threshold, thirty-two schools qualified for the additional diversity training.
The problem with using this type of evaluation is that some schools that were in need of additional training, according to their standards, were not provided the services because they did not meet the required 200 minimum disciplinary infractions. For example, Wheatland Union High School had 144 suspensions for 738 students. For this school the suspension rate was 15.45%. This is well above the national average of 7%. Another school that would have benefited from the additional training is Colfax Elementary. This school had 41 suspensions for 582 students. For this school the suspension rate was 7.04%. Additionally, there were 27% of the schools that were above the national average.
A better way to evaluate the California schools would have been to utilize the Normal Distribution Curve. In probability theory, the normal (or Gaussian) distribution is a very common continuous probability distribution. Normal distributions are important in statistics and are often used in the natural and social sciences to represent real-valued random variables whose distributions are not known.
The normal distribution is useful because of the central limit theorem. In its most general form, under some conditions (which include finite variance), it states that averages of random variables independently drawn from independent distributions converge in distribution to the normal, that is, become normally distributed when the number of random variables is sufficiently large. Physical quantities that are expected to be the sum of many independent processes (such as measurement errors) often have distributions that are nearly normal. Moreover, many results and methods (such as propagation of uncertainty and least squares parameter fitting) can be derived analytically in explicit form when the relevant variables are normally distributed.
The normal distribution is represented by the bell curve. The bell curve refers to the shape that is created when a line is plotted using the data points for an item that meets the criteria of normal distribution. The center contains the greatest number of a value and therefore would be the highest point on the arc of the line. This point is referred to the mean.
The important things to note about a normal distribution is the curve is concentrated in the center and decreases on either side. The bell curve signifies that the data is symmetrical and thus we can create reasonable expectations as to the possibility that an outcome will lie within a range to the left or right of the center, once we can measure the amount of deviation contained in the data .
The following figure reveals the normal distribution curve for the information provided in the article California’s school suspensions show racial disparity.
The normal distribution curve reveals that the average rate for suspensions was 1.5%. This equates to 50% of the schools had a suspension rate of 1.5%. At the +1 standard deviation the suspension rate was 4.4%. This equates to 34.13% of the schools had a suspension rate from 1.5% to 4.4%. At the +2 standard deviation the suspension rate was 7.2%. This equates to 13.59% of the schools had a suspension rate from 4.4% to 7.2%%. At the +3 standard deviation the suspension rate was 10%. This equates to 2.14% of the schools had a suspension rate from 7.2% to 10% which also exceeded the national out of school suspension rate.
These schools would have benefited from using the Raccelerate Formula. The Raccelerate Formula is designed to prevent the perception of racism. For the California schools that were at 1.5% they would have received a slight rating. This means that the perception of racism in schools is slight. For those schools that were between 4.4% and 7.2% they would have received a 2 rating which is equivalent to moderate. This moderate rating means that the school or educator is now on the fence of being perceived as racist. For the schools that were above 7.2%, the perception of racism goes from high to extreme. The Raccelerate Formula will help educators to reflect on their practice before any allegations of racism are formally made.
You can protect your school from the perception of racism that has prompted the need for School Discipline Reform. It only takes one publicized allegation of racism and your reputation could be destroyed forever.
In the past year, the United States Department of Education Office of Civil Rights received well over 9,000 civil rights complaints. Since complaints become public knowledge, it also becomes an embarrassment for the schools, teachers, and the community. This public knowledge damages the reputation of schools and school employees.
In most civil rights complaints, disproportionate discipline becomes the primary indicator for any possible racism. Schools that are found non-compliant may be required to provide the complaining party with a monetary awards. The final step requires the schools to officially formulate a plan of action to avoid future civil rights complaints. Schools can avoid this punitive process by utilizing the products of the Raccelerate Formula.
Below is a short video on how to use the Raccelerate Racism Formula.
As indicated in the video, the Raccelerate Formula is free. You can also purchase the Raccelerate Formula App.
Why the Raccelerate Formula App will impact School Discipline Reform initiatives?
It only takes one publicized allegation of racism and the reputation of your school could be destroyed forever. In the past year, thousands of civil rights complaints have bee filed with the United States Department of Education. Once the complaints are published, it becomes an embarrassment for the school, it’s community, and the staff. The public knowledge becomes expensive and will haunt the school for some considerable time.
Our Raccelerate Formula App is a measly $4.99 for a one year subscription.
- Clean and awesome design that will provide an amazing experience
- The Raccelerate Formula App is easy to use, so you don’t have to watch any tutorial or guide to be able to use it properly
- Raccelerate Formula Scale: It has a scale, which helps your to calculate the Raccelerate value, which can have different meanings
- Raccelerate Formula: Formula helps to calculate the potential school/classroom racism
- This app will help you in three different areas :
- The factor of racism in your school or classroom
- Help sustain happy and productive school
- And the most important, eliminate the major reason for lawsuits associated with racism allegations
Does the Raccelerate Racism App really work?
The Raccelerate Formula App is flexible and provides stress free monitoring. The app helps the user to see how students, schools and classrooms fare on avoiding racism without leaving the comfort of your home.
The Raccelerate Formula App is second to none for schools. An app that saves the schools reputation. A must use for schools who wish to avoid the atrocities associated with civil rights complaints by staying under the racism radar. It empowers administrators and teachers with a flexible tool to monitor their progress and therefore avoid damaging the good reputation of the school and the need for School Discipline Reform.