Monthly Archives: October 2015

How can teachers eliminate the race factor in school discipline?

In a recent article, an Indiana college professor provided local Pittsburg educators and residents with the alleged primary reasons that racism continues to contribute to school discipline. According to John Roberts, “The way to stop discrimination on the basis of … Continue reading

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How should school security officers handle disruptive Black students?

In a recent article, a Columbia South Carolina school security officer used physical force to remove a student from the classroom. Many school districts have unsuccessfully implemented a model of education which involves the usage of physical force. School security … Continue reading

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How can the Obama administration help Black students with standardized testing?

In a recent article, the Obama administration is entertaining the thought of reducing standardized testing as a requirement for No Child Left Behind. No Child Left Behind is a failed attempt at equalizing the playing field for schools, teachers, and … Continue reading

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How can teachers eliminate institutional racism?

In a recent article, youth across Pittsburg are meeting to develop strategies for eliminating institutional racism. It appears that the target audience for improving racism has been inappropriately chosen. Eliminating institutional racism will need to include the efforts of teachers … Continue reading

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How can schools eliminate gang violence?

In a recent article, Cleveland Public Schools have responded to gang violence threats by enhancing the presence of local police at the John Adams High School. John Adams High School must have a reputation for violence, otherwise the school officials … Continue reading

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Can teacher-student relationships enhance student performance?

In a recent article, a study on student perceptions reveals that positive teacher-student relationships increases student performance. The classroom relationship between a student and teacher forms the foundation for an effective educational system. Positive teacher-students relationships decrease the need for … Continue reading

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Can Black Lives Matter improve race relations in America?

In a recent article, front runner Democratic presidential hopefuls Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton have attempted to align themselves with the Black Lives Matter movement. It appears that this is a strategy to align them to receive the majority Black … Continue reading

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How can Hillary Clinton eliminate Racism in America?

In a recent article, presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton has meet with civil rights activists to address concerns related to racism in America. It appears that the presidential hopeful does not have the sensitivity or the experience to tackle the problems … Continue reading

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How can urban schools reduce teacher turnover rates?

In a recent article, the teacher turnover rate for new teachers has reached a five year high in North Carolina. Even though there are many other school districts that have not had the same experience, it is imperative that school … Continue reading

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Can Morgan Stanley avoid future discrimination lawsuits?

In a recent article, a former Morgan Stanley employee alleges that recent human resource policies result in continued racial discrimination. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 safeguards individuals against employment discrimination based on race, color, national origin, … Continue reading

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