Category Archives: Tips for Teachers

Will the new civil rights policy change cost schools billions?

The new head for the United States Department of Education proposes a civil rights policy change that could cost schools billions. The department has had great success in protecting the rights of individuals as well as schools. Schools can avert … 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 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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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 teachers respond to recent police shootings?

A recent article proposes several solutions for teaching children regarding the recent police shootings. The proposed solutions do not take into account the power structure that dominates the schools culture. Teachers will need to place a premium on developing classroom … 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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What are the unseen roadblocks to racial equality at the Boston Latin School?

In a recent article, several administrators have resigned in the wake of alleged racial equality roadblocks at the Boston Latin School. According to Harry A. Blackmun, in order to get beyond racism, we must first take account of race. There … Continue reading

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How should Baltimore schools respond to recent Freddie Gray incident?

In a recent article, a local Baltimore police officer has been found not guilty for any misdoings regarding the Freddy Gray incident. Many security officers, administrators, and teachers could become the recipient of aggressions from students and outsiders. Baltimore Public … Continue reading

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How can Vernon Hill Schools eliminate Black parent opposition to racial allegations?

In a recent article, former Chicago Bears football player Desmond Clark claims that Vernon Hills High School has a racist school culture. Schools that are dragged into the racism spotlight have a propensity to discredit Black parents instead of working … 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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