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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 improve school discipline?

In New York City efforts to improve alleged racist school discipline appears to have failed miserably. The Obama administration along with New York City Mayor de Blasio supplanted additional measures to help schools. School discipline improves when teachers are empowered … 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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How can teachers eliminate the race factor in school discipline?

In a recent article, an Indiana college professor provided local Pittsburg educators and residents with the alleged primary reasons that racism continues to contribute to school discipline. According to John Roberts, “The way to stop discrimination on the basis of … Continue reading

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How can educators help Blacks avoid the Freddie Gray incident?

In a recent article, a local newspaper discusses the economical tragedies that contribute to the downfall of Black like Freddie Gray. The article fails to include the systemic contributions of the economic failures of Blacks. Educators play a major role … Continue reading

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How should Youngstown school superintendent respond to high suspension rates?

  In a recent article, the Youngstown school superintendent and city officials have responded to high school suspension rates with unwanted results. The strategies put in place have only redirected the student behavior. The Youngstown school superintendent will have to … Continue reading

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How should New York teachers respond to new discipline policies?

In a recent article, New York teachers are required to follow new discipline polices which are designed to reduce suspensions and expulsions for Black students. The new discipline polices are a mandate handed down to school districts by the Obama … Continue reading

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How will La Marque High School teachers cover-up recent teacher student fight?

In a recent article, a La Marque High School teacher escapes responsibility in instigating a teacher student fight. A student responded to the teachers refusal to return her personal property by assaulting the teacher. The school community showed their support … Continue reading

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Did La Marque High School teacher fuel teacher student fight?

In a recent article, a local newspaper reported that a teacher student fight occurred at the La Marque High School. The fight occurred because a teacher had confiscated a students book bag and the student demanded the return of the … Continue reading

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Why do Black parents welcome charter schools?

In a recent article, Brockton School administrators have rejected as charter school proposal for which many parents welcome. The charter school proposal has allegedly divided the city. While some Brockton parents feel the necessity for the charter school, many local … Continue reading

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