Monthly Archives: July 2011

Why Are Children of Color Constantly Losing the “Race to the Top?”

There are a number of indicators to suggest that race warrants the majority of our attention as we try to target a factor that is consistently shown to have a direct relationship with poor student achievement. Fact… all across this … Continue reading

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The Teacher-Student Socio-Cultural Gap

Historically speaking there was a time when children walked into classrooms, sat quietly, folded their arms, and eagerly participated in the acquisition of information being dispensed by the teacher. They did this for each and every teacher, regardless of subject … Continue reading

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