Monthly Archives: June 2016

How should schools prepare for the aftermath of the LGBT Orlando shootings?

A recent LGBT Orlando shooting incident will have an impact on how schools will have to operate. The incident will eventually force school to operate differently because they are receiving federal funding. Schools can offset the complications associated with LGBT … Continue reading

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Was LGBT Orlando massacre the deadliest in the United States?

According to a recent article the recent LGBT Orlando massacre has attained the title as the deadliest massacre in the Unites States. There are many other travesties in the United States that have resulted in the deaths of the innocent. … Continue reading

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How did Southington High School educators misinterpret bullying behavior by Black students?

In a recent article, a former Southington High School Black student was disciplined for alleged bullying behavior that is associated with her ethnicity. It is this type of misinterpretations that continue to fuel racism in education. Southington High School educators … Continue reading

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Why #Blacklivesmatter does not belong in education reform?

In a recent article, philanthropists, school officials, and nonprofit leaders gathered together to ascertain the educational reform fate of #Blacklivesmatter. Since the inception of anti-slavery concept it appears that any movement that can enhance the overall efforts to improve the … Continue reading

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