Archive for February, 2014

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Show Me the Numbers: There are more African-American male educators than recent reports suggest. However, there is a need to recruit, train and hire more teachers of color as our schools and work force becomes more diverse. ….Read, learn and explore…..Knowledge IS Power!
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The story begins….Jordan Davis was a 17-year old student at Samuel Wolfson High School in Jacksonville, Florida. He had just celebrated Thanksgiving with his dad’s family. Afterwards, he called his friends Tevin Thompson, Leland Brunson and Tommie Stornes. The story ends in the death of a young man…..read and understand that…..Knowledge IS Power!
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“All you Michael Dunns, please leave me and other black men alone.” There is obviously a double standard here in America and Florida with regards to the criminal justice system and the laws for people of color. The stand your ground law highlights the skewed system and the over representation of black males in prison screams of injustice and unfair systemic problems. Read the article and form your own opinion…..Knowledge IS Power!
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The top 1% continue to make profits and and gain more wealth than the average American. This has been the pattern for decades as they benefit from tax breaks while the average American pays a larger percentage of taxes. We know that in the scheme of things, poverty truly matters with regards to education and overall opportunity. This article will reveal some interesting facts. ….Knowledge IS Power!
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Over 70 Classroom Management Tips.

Posted: February 19, 2014 in Uncategorized

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Kick off your classroom community with some of these helpful classroom management tips. Learn something new…..Knowledge IS Power!
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It’s less about the standards themselves than the context in which they were introduced and implemented. The Common Core debate rages on! Stay informed and express your thoughts because…….Knowledge IS Power!
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30 Positive Things You Can Do to Change Your Life…Stay positive, be positive and positive things will happen….Knowledge IS Power!
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