Monthly Archives: March 2015

How should Allentown Public School District teachers respond to recent racism allegations?

In a recent article, a local civic organization has accused the Allentown Public School District of continued racism. The allegations were made at a recent school board meeting. Allentown Public School District teachers can respond by examining their present performance … Continue reading

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How should schools respond to school leaders who condone racism in education?

In a recent article, a local Los Angeles teacher made some alleged racial remarks for which it seems that school leader condones racism in education. Presently, the student is in fear of her safety at the school. The school will … Continue reading

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How can schools increase minority teacher recruitment?

In a recent article, Minnesota Public Schools intend to increase minority teacher recruitment efforts. An assortment of efforts is presently in place by colleges and education reform organizations. Minnesota Public Schools can only increase minority teacher recruitment by transforming the … Continue reading

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How should teachers respond to a racist remark from the school principal?

In a recent article, a Californian middle school has placed a school principal on administrative leave for making a racist remark. The school principal was video taped making a statement about Black students in the school. Teachers must respond by … Continue reading

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How can South Windsor Police Department improve race relations?

In a recent article, the South Windsor Police Department have scheduled a community forum with the intent of improving race relations. The forum includes several guest and a panel discussion. The forum will to be a failure in improving race … Continue reading

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How should New York teachers respond to new discipline policies?

In a recent article, New York teachers are required to follow new discipline polices which are designed to reduce suspensions and expulsions for Black students. The new discipline polices are a mandate handed down to school districts by the Obama … Continue reading

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How should Ferguson Public School teachers respond to recent police shooting?

In a recent incident, two Ferguson police officers were shoot by an unknown assailant which will have a direct impact on the Ferguson Public Schools. The officers were seriously injured but the injuries are not life threatening. Ferguson Public School … Continue reading

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How can Ferguson City overcome racism in America?

In a recent article, Ferguson City manager, John Shaw has resigned from his post as city manager which resulted for the Michael Brown shooting for which many have classified as racism in America. The city manager is considered one of … Continue reading

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How should Richmond Public Schools respond to disorderly incidents?

A recent article cited that Richmond Public Schools Martin Luther King Middle School had 1635 disorderly incidents in the previous year. The school has all of the tools necessary to become a high achieving school. The only way that the … Continue reading

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How should teachers respond to recent Ferguson Police Department report?

In a recent article, it has been reported by the United States Department of Justice that the Ferguson Police Department have employed racist tactics against Blacks which will have an impact on relationships between White Ferguson Public School teachers and … Continue reading

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