Category Archives: Every Student Succeeds Act

How to get rid of school choice problems once and for all?

Now that the hustle and bustle of the appointment of Betsy Devos has become a reality, schools are now faced with the potential impact that school choice may have on their community of parents and learners. For school superintendents there … Continue reading

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How should schools combat racism amongst students?

A local superintendent intends to combat racism amongst students without using the appropriate investigative process. The absence of the appropriate investigative process is paramount to the blind leading the blind. Superintendents who desire to effectively combat racism amongst students must … Continue reading

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Why do traditional and charter schools have a suspension problem?

A recent article, highlights the fact that both charter and traditional schools have a suspension problem. While many ascertain that this problem is associated with the behavior of the students there is a need to consider other factors. The suspension … Continue reading

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What leadership characteristics will eliminate Boston Latin School racism fireworks?

In a recent article, Boston Public School official Tommy Chang has opted to reinstate former principal Michael Contompasis to extinguish the fireworks associated with alleged Boston Latin School racism. Chang has taken a step backwards by endorsing a leadership style … 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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How can we eliminate White privilege?

In a recent article, Portsmouth Mayoral candidate Barry Randall spoke at a race relations forum as an attempt to eliminate the need for White privilege. According to Tim Wise, “The irony of American history is the tendency of good white Americans … Continue reading

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What is the best way to improve race relations?

In a recent article, a professor of social work claims that the many Gallup Polls that are used as a barometer on how the public is responding to race relations is ineffective because of their questioning techniques. The Gallop Poll … Continue reading

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Will racism in education propel teachers into poverty?

In an unprecedented turn of events, Black parents are opting to home school their children to avert the atrocities associated with racism in education. This will result in the loss of employment for many teachers who intend to dedicate their … 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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Why there is no danger when White parents avoid teaching racism to their children?

  In a recent article, an  author proposes that White children contribute to racism because their parents teach them avoidance techniques. Once again the blame for the source of racism has been misplaced. Organizations that are truly interested in eliminating … Continue reading

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