Category Archives: Teacher 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 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 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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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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How should teachers fight to defend public education?

A recent article provides an insight on how teachers are presently fighting to defend their positions in public education. Detroit and Chicago teachers are using methods that are outdated and ineffective. Teachers who are fighting to survive must produce a … 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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Are teacher student fights more prominent in suburban schools?

In a recent article, a local high level St. Paul government employee attempts to surmise that teacher student fights are more prominent in the suburbs when compared to city schools. The reality is that events reported in the city become … Continue reading

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How can Oklahoma City Public School teachers impede disruptive students?

In a recent article, an author links Oklahoma City Public School violence between teachers and students to the home life of students. The violence is much more complicated that many can expect. Oklahoma City Public School teachers can eliminate classroom … Continue reading

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How can Allentown Public Schools eliminate teacher student fights?

In a recent article, Allentown School District teachers president discusses school violence, Allentown Public School Education Association President Debra Tretter chastised the local school board for not providing teachers with the same support as the local police during teacher student … Continue reading

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Did the New York Times underestimate the cause for the South Carolina racism incident?

  According to a recent article, a New York Times writer has narrowed the cause for the South Carolina racism incident to one entity that operates within the school district. School districts do not operate as isolated or individual components. … Continue reading

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