America has gone mad!

Posted: August 19, 2016 in African American, faith, politics

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The Obama Administration is launching an experimental initiative to provide Pell grants to high school students enrolling in college courses. The initiative targets low-income students.  Click on the “Source” title for the the full article.  Knowledge IS Power! Terri D. Goldson, Sr.

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Source: Obama Initiative Offers Pell Grants To High School Students Enrolled In College Courses

Charter schools are four times more likely to suspend black students than their white peers.

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US News reports that children of color who attend Charter Schools are four times as likely to be suspended, but does that really lead to the “School to Prison Pipeline” and does it negate the positive academic outcomes? Read, learn, explore and form your own opinion because… Knowledge IS Power!

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Hone your skills like curiosity, listening, cultural sensitivity, and humor to provide all students with equitable opportunities for learning.

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Making connections, building relationships and engaging students is so important. Read, learn, explore and form your own opinion because … Knowledge IS Power! Click on the article for the full story. Terri D. Goldson, Sr.

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Good teaching has no color but a diverse teaching faculty can make a difference.

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Read, learn, explore and form your own opinion because … Knowledge IS Power! Click on the site for the full story. Check me out at TerriGoldson.com

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African American employees tend to receive more scrutiny from their bosses than their white colleagues, meaning that small mistakes are more likely to be caught, which over time leads to worse performance reviews and lower wages.

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Is it true that African American employees undergo more scrutiny? Read, learn, explore and form your own opinion because… Knowledge IS Power! Click on the article for the full story. Check me out at TerriGoldson.com

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