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Why special education is bad?

Why special education is bad?

The disproportional quantity of special education students continues to leave many schools categorized as racist. The present administration has elected to delay the removal of this perception by halting the “significant disproportionality” rule. States will need to work together to ensure that the embarrassment associated with the perception regarding special education is eliminated. The “significant […]

How to stop the civil rights assault on Black students?

How to stop the civil rights assault on Black students?

Black students are under a civil rights assault from the present Department of Education headed by Betsy Devos. She is systematically eliminating any progress that protects Black students from the many mistakes that are made by teachers and administrators whether intentional or unintentional. The coming backslash with result in increased unemployment for both administrators and teachers […]

Why Donald Trump loves conflict?

Why Donald Trump loves conflict?

The recent media support and backlash involving immigrants continues an extensive list of the Donald Trump infused conflicts which remain the mainstay of his legacy as the president of the United States. The impact of these conflicts will have measurable economic impact for decades. Citizens can re-position themselves to benefit from Donald Trump’s love for […]

Modern Day Slavery: Why deportation is a problem?

Modern Day Slavery: Why deportation is a problem?

The recent deportation problem is presenting unprecedented challenges for supporters. Supporters have backed the new deportation guidelines until the future political fallout that may possibly jeopardize the future of their political survival. The deportation problem is a replication of slavery techniques designed to divide rather than unite. The first deportation strategy was to separate Africans […]

How can teachers win the war on public schools?

How can teachers win the war on public schools?

The war on public schools endures as teachers and their support mechanisms are taking actions that can only result in continued failure. Teachers will either find themselves employed in a different industry, unemployed, or underemployed unless corrective actions are taken. No longer are businesses, politicians, and parents accepting the lack of proficiency that is evident […]

How should teachers respond to verbally abusive students?

How should teachers respond to verbally abusive students?

Buffalo Public Schools are faced with the dilemma of verbally abusive students. Teachers are at their wits end on how to respond to students who use poor communication skills during anger outbursts. Schools can use several techniques to minimize the impact of verbally abusive students. Black students understand that racism in schools has a long history that […]

Why is school segregation a problem?

Why is school segregation a problem?

The recent New Jersey lawsuit to end school segregation will send superintendents scrambling for solutions if affirmed. If the New Jersey Coalition for Diverse and Inclusive Schools has its way, schools will have to equalize the percentages of Whites, Blacks, and Hispanics attending their schools. However, even this school segregation lawsuit will not end the disproportionate […]

How can racial integration in schools be achieved?

How can racial integration in schools be achieved?

The 64-year-old case of Brown versus Board of Education has left the intended purpose to enforce racial integration in schools decimated. It appears that the legal efforts to level the educational playing field are a waste of money, time, and personnel. Schools will need to eliminate the cultural rules that continue to resist efforts to […]

How can Starbucks solve discrimination problems?

How can Starbucks solve discrimination problems?

The recent arrest of two Black men in Philadelphia has prompted Starbucks to initiate strategies that will possibly solve discrimination problems at their locations. It is a great marketing ploy that is destined to fail due to the implemented process. Starbucks can only solve their present discrimination problems by implementing a scientific process that improves racial relationships.  Starbucks […]

What Black student behaviors do White teachers forbid?

What Black student behaviors do White teachers forbid?

The saga of disproportionate Black student discipline continues to engulf our educational system. White educators feel victimized due to the outcomes of their alleged racial and economic biases. The media and Politian’s continue to wage war and finance initiatives that have made very little difference over the decades. The continued tragedy that cultivates a permanent underclass is the product […]

How to talk about racism in the classroom?

How to talk about racism in the classroom?

Year after year and decade after decade, racism in the classroom continues to plague many schools with no remedy insight. Without a remedy, the school to prison pipeline will continue to flourish as the permanent underclass is continually victimized. Eliminating racism in the classroom will require teachers to become more involved in discussions for which […]

Why do Black students get disciplined more?

Why do Black students get disciplined more?

Recent political oppositions have left many in the Minnesota Public Schools attempting to solve the challenge of Black student disproportional school discipline. Those schools have resorted to both symbolic and human resource tactics to reduce the perception of racism in their schools. These schools can only overcome disproportionate Black student discipline by empowering teachers to […]

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