Monthly Archives: July 2015

How can schools eliminate the symptoms of racism in schools?

In a recent article, a local Baltimore resident has concluded that discipline inequality is a symptom of racism in schools. The author, like many others, provides a glimpse of the problem without a viable solution. Schools can eliminate racism in … Continue reading

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How can the Obama administration successfully revamp discipline in schools?

According to a recent article, the Obama administration is attempting to improve the American education for historically underserved children by revamping discipline in schools. The present process for improving education is confrontational towards teachers. The Obama administration will need to … Continue reading

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How can schools avoid the special education racism label?

A recent article reveals a continued rage regarding the school racism label associated with special education identification of Black children. Many researchers and activist believe that the flawed identification process is detrimental to our present educational system. Schools can avoid … Continue reading

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Will Obama race database eliminate racism in America?

In a recent article, it is reported that the Obama administration is collecting race data with the hope to improve racism in America. The collection of race data alone is not enough to transform a nation that continues to suffer … Continue reading

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How should schools prepare for new Obama racism database backlash?

In a recent article, president Obama is cited for creating a racism database that impacts how schools will operate in the future. The database is not limited to schools and will provide the world a geographical view of problematic areas. … Continue reading

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How should Melrose School District respond to racial discrimination allegations?

In a recent article, the Melrose School District has been targeted for a racial discrimination investigation. The alleged non responsiveness to a racial remark has prompted the investigation. The Melrose School district will have to show that racial discrimination is … Continue reading

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Does the New Jersey teacher evaluation system reveal a cover-up?

  In a recent article, the New Jersey Department of Education has released the most recent teacher evaluation scores. The released data reveals that most New Jersey teachers are proficient. The teacher evaluation data misrepresents teacher effectiveness as indicated by … Continue reading

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How should teachers respond to confederate named schools?

According to a recent article, petitioners are pushing to have several confederate named schools renamed. Renaming a school will not discontinue the perpetual racism that continues to plague Black students. The only way to eliminate racism associated with a confederate … Continue reading

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How does education fuel unconscious racism?

According to a recent article, unconscious racism is the cause for the continued hatred amongst different ethnicities. Many scholars, civic organizations, and civic leaders seek to determine how rid this world of the evils associated with racism. Eliminating classroom racism … Continue reading

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Is Florida State Seminal Quarterback De’Andre Johnson another victim of the Raccelerate Phenomenon?

In a recent article, Florida State Seminal quarterback De’Andre Johnson has suffered several possible career setbacks which are associated with the Raccelerate Phenomenon. Many people believe that his reaction is consistent with domestic violence. Many Black men such as Florida … Continue reading

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