Category Archives: Teacher Training

How can Indiana Public Schools increase teacher retention?

In a recent article, Indiana Public Schools continue to struggle with the reduction in teacher retention which results in depleting school resources and impacts student achievement. Student achievement will continue to plummet for years due to the perception that many … Continue reading

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How did Southington High School educators misinterpret bullying behavior by Black students?

In a recent article, a former Southington High School Black student was disciplined for alleged bullying behavior that is associated with her ethnicity. It is this type of misinterpretations that continue to fuel racism in education. Southington High School educators … Continue reading

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Why there is no danger when White parents avoid teaching racism to their children?

  In a recent article, anĀ  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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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 Detroit and Chicago teachers are using methods that are outdated and ineffective.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 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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Why are Minneapolis Public School teachers powerless with disruptive students?

In a recent article, Minneapolis Public School administrators have opted to reduce suspension rates for disruptive students by rendering classroom teachers powerless. The shift has produced a vacuum in which those targeted students became the power brokers in the classroom. … Continue reading

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Can teacher-student relationships enhance student performance?

In a recent article, a study on student perceptions reveals that positive teacher-student relationships increases student performance. The classroom relationship between a student and teacher forms the foundation for an effective educational system. Positive teacher-students relationships decrease the need for … Continue reading

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How can Riverview eliminate teacher student fights?

In a recent article, a Riverview Community High School teacher is accused of assaulting a student which could have ended in a teacher student fight. The accusation has resulted in a formal lawsuit against the school district. Riverview Community High … Continue reading

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How should Charleston County Public Schools respond to recent racism allegations?

In a recent article, several Charleston County public schools community members have officially expressed their concerns at a recent board meeting regarding recent racial allegations. At the end of the meeting, Todd Garrett, a board member, called the accusations levied … Continue reading

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