Category Archives: Violence in Schools

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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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 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 can a superintendent implement zero tolerance racism?

The same racially insensitive tactics that shaped the future of American politics has created the need to implement zero tolerance racism at the school board level. School board members across the nation have prided themselves at hurling racist comments and … 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 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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What is the science of the Raccelerate Formula?

The Raccelerate Formula helps educators reflect on their practice to avoid the atrocities associated with allegations of racism. Educators who have the opportunity to reflect on their practice also have an opportunity to improve education for all students. The Raccelerate … 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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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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