Monthly Archives: July 2014

Black Student Achievement Gap Reveals Reality of Pertcrism (Perpetual Tradition of Classroom Racism)

A recent report by Families for Excellent Schools, a pro-charter group, reveals that in nearly 25% of New York City Public Schools, 90% or more of those students failed to demonstrate proficiency in Language Arts and mathematics. Families for Excellent … Continue reading

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School Culture Dictates Pertcrism (Perpetual Tradition of Classroom Racism)

In a recent article by Joe Nocera, New York Times, he discusses the importance of providing teachers with training before they officially step into the classroom. Several recent books such as Paul Tough’s book, “How Children Succeed,” “The Smartest Kids … Continue reading

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Community School Initiative Conceals the Essential Need for Pertcrism (Perpetual Tradition of Classroom Racism)

Schools across the nation now provide student social services as an attempt to enhance the education of students living in poverty. Teachers and administrators in these high-poverty schools believe that the additional helps frees their time up so that they … Continue reading

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Tips for Teachers in Schools that Ban Black Student Suspensions

Recently, the Obama administration launched a discrimination probe which resulted in the Los Angeles School District settling the dispute by banning certain student suspensions. The District of Columbia School District is following this pattern by banning certain student suspensions too. … Continue reading

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D.C. Schools New Black Privilege Initiative Afflicts Children

 D.C. school superintendent, Chancellor Kaya Henderson, has opted stop suspending Black kids due to a new report that revealed African-American students are almost six times more likely to be suspended from school when compared to White students. D.C. School Superintendent … Continue reading

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Chris Paul Boycotting Efforts will not Alter the Donald Sterling Impact

Chris Paul, star point guard and NBA Players Union President indicated the possibility of boycotting the next season if Donald Sterling remains the owner of the Los Angeles Clippers. On April 25, 2014, TMZ Sports released a recorded conversation between … Continue reading

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Cloomism (Classroom Racism) Fuels Alleged Black Men Hatred for Cops

Cloomism Fuels Alleged Black Men Hatred for Cops A New Jersey reporter, Sean Bergin, was suspended by News 12 in New Jersey for giving his opinion regarding the cause for alleged Black men hatred towards cops. Bergin stated, “It’s important … Continue reading

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Newark Schools Reorganization Plans will Not Stop Cloomism (Classroom Racism)

Officials in the Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights are investigating claims made by Newark parents and the Newark branch of New Jersey’s Parents Unified for Local School Education, or PULSE regarding Newark schools reorganization plans. They believe that … Continue reading

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Mayor Mapp Can Reduce Crime in Plainfield NJ

During the Plainfield NJ mayors first 100 days, he as accomplished more than most in his position. Mayor Mapp plans to make Plainfield safe by increasing police training. The police training will enhance the creative thinking and risk-taking skills necessary … Continue reading

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Teachers: How to Talk to Students about the Eric Garner Incident

A 43-year-old Staten Island Black man, Eric Garner, died after a police officer used a chokehold that is apparently not authorized by the New York Police Department regulations. Persons who witnessed that attempted arrest, along with community leaders believe that … Continue reading

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