Category Archives: Positive Teacher Student Relationships

How should schools involve students in discussions regarding racism?

  The public reaction to the recent presidential travel band has placed schools in the hot seat for involving students in discussions regarding racism. It is a mistake for many schools to take on this type of initiative. Schools that … 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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Why discrimination is difficult for schools like Boston Latin?

In a recent article, a federal probe has found that Boston Latin discriminated against historically underserved students. Historically underserved student have been plagued by the atrocities associated with racism since the inception of school segregation in the United States. The … Continue reading

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How should schools respond to Colin Kaepernick incident?

In a recent article Colin Kaepernick has publicly exhibited his opposition to patriotic symbols by sitting down during the national anthem. It is a fact that many school aged youth look up to public figures which includes football players. Schools … Continue reading

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How can Schools eliminate the school discipline racism label?

In a recent article, the challenges with school discipline continues to polarize our communities, scholars, and educators. According to Mortimer Adler, “True freedom is impossible without a mind made free by discipline.” Overcoming the challenges associated with school discipline will ultimately fail without … Continue reading

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Why did the school violence increase in Milwaukee Public Schools?

In a recent article, Milwaukee Public Schools made the decision like many others to abide by a proposed Obama administrator mandate to decrease student expulsions. The mandate has caused many schools to overreact instead of taking a scientific approach. Milwaukee … Continue reading

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What methodology should Antioch Unified District use to examine the African America suspension rate?

In a recent article, a local National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.(NAACP) has filed a lawsuit against the Antioch Unified School District. The lawsuit assert that the school district has reneged on an agreement that would help to … Continue reading

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How can Delaware Public Schools reduce school violence?

In a recent article, school violence has become a primary concern for Delaware Public Schools. This is also a national concern because not only students but many teachers become victims of assaults by students. Reducing school violence in Delaware Public … 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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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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