Monthly Archives: November 2014

How Should the Baltimore Ravens NFL Football Team Respond to the Ray Rice Reinstatement?

In a recent turn of events, Ray Rice, who is a former running back for the Baltimore Ravens NFL Football Team was reinstated back into the NFL. Ray Rice appealed his permanent suspension which was handed down by NFL Commissioner … Continue reading

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Are West Deptford Administrators Responsible for Racism in Education?

In a recent article, a West Deptford Public School student, has filed a civil lawsuit claiming non responsiveness for continued racism in education. The litigants claim that West Deptford Public School administrators failed to respond appropriately to repeated complaints of … Continue reading

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Does New Obama Administration Teacher Training Program Proposal Stink?

In a recent article, the Obama administration is proposing new regulations that require teacher training programs to track the success of their graduates. Director of the Association of Colleges, Deborah Koolbeck, believe that the new initiative goes far beyond federal … Continue reading

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Could Canceling Midterm and Final Exams Damage Student College Entrance Possibilities?

Recently, New Jersey Glen Ridge High School officials have decided to discard the requirement of completing midterm and final exams. The goal of the school district is provide additional time to prepare for standardized testing. The real problem is that … Continue reading

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How should Ferguson Teachers Prepare After the Michael Brown Shooting Grand Jury Verdict?

Many Ferguson students are not in school because of the Michael Brown shooting grand jury verdict. The grand jury choose not to bring criminal charges against Darren Wilson which has resulted in looting, burning of businesses, and a number of … Continue reading

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New York Public Schools Must Fix Culture Not Transfer Students

In a recent article, students who attend New York Public Schools have not benefited from transferring out of underperforming schools. There is an estimated 250 underperforming schools for which students have the right to transfer to another school. Transferring to … Continue reading

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PROPOSAL FOR ATLANTIC CITY

September 19, 2014 1301 Bacharach Blvd Atlantic City, NJ 08401 Dear Mayor Guardian, Thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to discuss reducing crime in your community. The knowledge that you posses is keen and insightful. It … Continue reading

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Does Tracking and Ability Grouping Protect the Income of White Female Teachers?

A recent article, Modern-Day segregation in Public Schools, reveals that South Maple Orange School District White students are the benefactors of a student tracking and ability grouping system that has been in existence for decades. Nearly, six decades ago the … Continue reading

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Will Ferguson Commission Escalate Racial Inequality?

Missouri Governor Jay Nixon has instituted two major initiatives which include the National Guard and a Ferguson Commission with the intent to remedy civil unrest and racial inequality respectively. The National Guard has been relocated to protect businesses and local … Continue reading

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Can Ferguson School District Assist Missouri Governor to Overcome Racial Inequalities?

In a recent article, Missouri Governor – Jay Nixon – is planning to create a commission that will make recommendations for overcoming local racial inequalities for which the Ferguson Public School District can make the most contributions. According to Mr. … Continue reading

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