Category Archives: Core Curriculum Standards

How to eliminate the perception of a racist school curriculum?

Educational specialist across the nation take on the painstaking process to ensure that there are no implications of racism involved in the school curriculum. This process that involves the consideration of teaching techniques and materials is taken for granted until … Continue reading

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How can teachers promote school curriculum materials that eliminate racism?

In a recent article, several British teachers have united in an effort to eliminate school curriculum materials that fuel racism in schools. It is thought that school books and other materials are the primary vehicles that promote the agenda of … Continue reading

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How can teachers remove racism from the school’s curriculum?

In a recent article, an author presupposes that the most effective way to remove racism from the school’s curriculum is that it become inclusive of the contributions of all people regardless of their ethnicity. While the inclusion of all ethnicities … Continue reading

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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 does school curriculum perpetrate racism in schools?

In a recent article, a California teacher refuses to teach Shakespeare as part of the school curriculum. Shakespeare is a tradition that is held in high esteem amongst many English teachers. Many of the aspects of the school curriculum deemphasize … Continue reading

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Can teacher evaluations eliminate classroom racism (Elcloomism)?

In a recent article, under the direction of Governor Chris Christie, the New Jersey Department of Education is releasing the results of teacher evaluations that are in part based on student test performance. The teacher assessment was limited to about … Continue reading

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What are the Chinese Teachers Not Telling Us About Educating Children?

In a recent article, educators from the United Kingdom reported that the reason Chinese children perform so well is that Chinese teachers use a direct instructional method instead of a inquiry learning model. Chinese children are known to have great … Continue reading

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Could Canceling Midterm and Final Exams Damage Student College Entrance Possibilities?

Recently, New Jersey Glen Ridge High School officials have decided to discard the requirement of completing midterm and final exams. The goal of the school district is provide additional time to prepare for standardized testing. The real problem is that … Continue reading

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