Monthly Archives: May 2016

How should Baltimore schools respond to recent Freddie Gray incident?

In a recent article, a local Baltimore police officer has been found not guilty for any misdoings regarding the Freddy Gray incident. Many security officers, administrators, and teachers could become the recipient of aggressions from students and outsiders. Baltimore Public … Continue reading

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How can schools eliminate the need to meet the new school-to-prison discipline requirements?

A recent article highlights the historical atrocities associated with the school-to-prison pipeline. It blames a new focus of the security resource officers as the primary contributing factor. The school-to-prison pipeline can be rendered ineffective when the primary focus becomes helping … Continue reading

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How can confrontational racism enhance democracy?

In a recent article, the matter of improving democracy is associated with racism confrontations. There is a long history of racism confrontations that have proved detrimental to all involved. Those who desire an enhancement of democracy must use alternative methods. … Continue reading

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How can Vernon Hill Schools eliminate Black parent opposition to racial allegations?

In a recent article, former Chicago Bears football player Desmond Clark claims that Vernon Hills High School has a racist school culture. Schools that are dragged into the racism spotlight have a propensity to discredit Black parents instead of working … Continue reading

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