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race and schools, a talk by leslie hinkson

Guest blogger emeritus Leslie Hinkson has a TEDx talk on race and schools. Check it out!

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December 3, 2015 at 12:01 am

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  1. She left out religious differences between individuals who are highly motivated and determined to succeed educationally. Also, education depends greatly on whether there is conflict between the expectations of teachers and administrators, and between parents and school personnel. Gaps in these relations let students off the hook of responsibility. Tracking occurs from programming where students who fail a course that must be passed to take the next course in a sequence – as the number of fails accumulate in the basic courses, a slit develops between the achievers and the non-achievers. Lastly, she failed to mention the effects of sports team and gangs, which are not necessarily co-extensive. Gangs however will express the demand to control school personnel and other students especially by classroom interruptions.

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    Fred Welfare

    December 3, 2015 at 2:48 am

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