Category Archives: Student Fights

How to prevent social media problems in schools?

The increased inappropriate usage of electronic devices has caused schools to take steps to prevent social media problems from having a negative influence on their school and students. Students are using the social media to vent their frustrations with their … Continue reading

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How can teachers prevent school violence?

School violence against teachers continues to plague our nation and schools with no end in sight. Billions of dollars are funneled into programming and security measures with minimal positive results. School violence can only be minimized by teachers who take … Continue reading

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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 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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How should DeWitt Public Schools create plans to tackle racially motivated incidents?

Recent incidents in the DeWitt Public School District has prompted Superintendent John Deiter to develop plans to tackle racially motivated incidents associated with the election of Donald Trump. This administrative effort is welcomed by teachers, parents, and local community members. … 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 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 #BlackatBLS campaigners respond to Boston Public School Office of Equity findings?

In are recent article, Boston Public Schools has responded to the #BlackatBLS campaigners complaint through an investigation conducted by it’s Office of Equity. This investigation was used to minimize the perception of racism in Boston Public Schools. The #BlackatBLS movement … Continue reading

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How should Boston Public School respond to #BlackatBLS campaign?

In a recent article, local students have implemented the #BlackatBLS campaign to eliminate the perception of racism in Boston Public Schools. It appears that the top is ready to blow and school officials will need to develop and implement strategies … Continue reading

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How should teachers break up student fights?

In a recent article, a teacher was fired for breaking up a student fight. In many school districts it is the responsibility of either administrators or security to create a safe culture for students and staff members. Teachers who have … Continue reading

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