Monthly Archives: November 2016

How can Lehigh Valley teachers help White students who support Donald Trump?

In a recent article, Lehigh Valley administrators and teachers are facing challenges with White students who have shown support for Donald Trump which has resulted in disrupting the day to day school operations. This troubling trend could create problems for … Continue reading

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How should schools respond to Donald Trump Black student protest?

The election of Donald Trump has prompted Black students to voice their opposition through school protest. This strategy is detrimental to both the schools and the students. Without an acceptable resolution schools will experience an increase in physical altercations. According … Continue reading

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Did the Raccelerate Phenomenon propel Donald Trump?

Donald Trump’s new position as the president of the United States is a direct product of the Raccelerate Phenomenon. Hillary Clinton would have prospered in her election efforts if she had effectively used the phenomenon. Without the Raccelerate Phenomenon the challenging dynamics between … Continue reading

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