- How should teachers eliminate becoming victims of discipline associated with swastika symbols?
- How can teachers avoid the perception of systemic racism?
- How can teachers reduce the rise in racist abuse suspensions?
- How can White teachers survive the new Donald Trump era?
- How can teachers help Black students who get stressed out about racism in schools?
Category Archives: Civil rights
Teachers are becoming victimized by the acts of students across the nation that are associated with swastika symbols. This shift is causing reverse discrimination to become an integral part of a school’s culture. Teachers will need to consider instructional alternatives … Continue reading
The war on systemic racism continues to forge forward and the battle will eventually take place in the classroom. Teachers who are unprepared will suffer the most and become publicly ridiculed resulting in a drastically reduced teaching force for which … Continue reading
In a recent article, Black students at the Boston Latin Academy have made accusations that the teachers facilitate a hostile environment which includes a culture of racism. No child should be subjected to an environment that fosters any type of … Continue reading
As teachers prepare for their back-to-school return many questions remain of how they will continue as facilitators of knowledge by avoiding the label of being a racist. Schools and teachers are under greater scrutiny to maintain an environment that is … Continue reading
In a recent article, a second bi-racial parent has filed a civil rights complaint with the United States Office of Civil Rights. The parent alleges that her child has been victimized by teachers, staff, and students. Lebanon teachers can prepare … Continue reading
There have been recent rashes of civil rights complaints which involve teachers and students. Many of the lawsuits begin as a result of teachers reporting student behavior. Teachers can avoid civil rights complaints that involve student discipline by utilizing the Raccelerate Racism … Continue reading
In a recent article, it was determined that a number of California schools were guilty of racism due to the classroom discipline associated with Black and Hispanic students. The disciplinary data was retrieved from the Californian Department of Education. It … Continue reading