Monthly Archives: October 2014

Did School Discipline Lead to Jaylen Fryberg Shooting?

Recent developments reveal that the Marysville High School officials may have over disciplined Jaylen Fryberg which could possibly be the link to the shooting. In recent development is has been reported that Jaylen was involved in a fight during a … Continue reading

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OJ Simpson Conviction Overturned by Raccelerate Phenomenon?

OJ Simpson’s final plea to reverse the Raccelerate Phenomenon rest on a Nevada Supreme Court Appeal. Simpson, who is 67 years old, is serving a nine to 33 year prison term in Nevada after a jury found him guilty in … Continue reading

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Did Lax Classroom Management Set Stage for Jaylen Fryberg Shooting?

In recent turn of events, the lack of classroom management techniques could be the main contributor to the Jaylen Freyberg shooting. Local Snohomish County Sheriff Ty Trenary has reported that all targeted shooting victims where invited to have lunch with … Continue reading

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How Chicago Public School Teachers Should Respond to the Laquan McDonald Shooting

  In a recent article, a seventeen year old Black male, Laquan McDonald, was shot by an Chicago police officer. The Black male was pronounced dead on arrival at a local hospital. The police officer has been placed on administrative … Continue reading

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How Marysville Teachers Should Respond to Jaylen Fryberg Shooting

In a recent event, an American Indian Marysville Public School student, Jaylen Fryberg has fatally injured himself and another student as well as injuring three other students. According to Marysville freshman Jordan Luton, Fryberg was a victim of racial bullying. … Continue reading

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Could Eliminating Classroom Racism Prevent Seattle Shooting?

In a recent incident, Native American and member of the Tulalip Tribe Jaylen Fryberg, shot five students killing one and then fatally wounded himself which resulted in his death. Fryberg was a popular student and had recently won the honor … Continue reading

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Did White Teacher Bully Female Student?

In a recent article, a Salem Oregon teacher has been placed on administrative leave after allegedly bullying a female student. The student was attempting to leave the classroom before class ended. As the teacher attempted to stop the student, the … Continue reading

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Eliminating Teacher Student Fights Proposal for Carver Vocational Technical High School

Dear Principal Somerville, The recent teacher student fight in your school has prompted me to submit this proposal to you. I attempted to contact you by phone but your personal secretary, Ms. Latimer, instructed me to send you an email regarding … Continue reading

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Does School Discipline Set the Stage for Black Teen Opposition to Police Officers?

A recent article, For More Teens, Arrests by Police Replace School Discipline, reveals that the interaction of police officers into school discipline could be the reason that Black teens oppose police officers. Since 1950 police departments have attempted to improve … Continue reading

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Will State Education Officials Improve Standardized Testing for Black Students?

In a recent article, a group of education officials intend to improve testing for children which may result in standardized testing that will not improve achievement results for Black students. Members of the Council of State School Officers in conjunction … Continue reading

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