HBCUs: At The Educational Forefront

With the changing demographics of America’s student population, the teaching demographic in America’s schools must change with it. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, non-White teachers represent only 19% of the teaching workforce; Blacks make up 6.8% and Latinos only 7.8%. There is scholarship that articulates the critical need for more teachers of color … More HBCUs: At The Educational Forefront

Teacher Effectiveness In High Poverty NJ Schools

There is little doubt that teachers can have a major impact on the academic achievement of students. There is research that can back up that assertion. Such research has led school reformers and policymakers to conclude that what high-poverty schools need are more effective teachers. However, the various challenges of high-poverty schools, challenges that are … More Teacher Effectiveness In High Poverty NJ Schools

Camden City Charter Schools Must Recruit More Black and Latino Teachers

I’ve argued the need for school districts to hire more Black teachers; specifically Black male teachers.[1] My argument isn’t limited to only adding more Black male teachers – but Black and Latino teachers of both as well. My call isn’t limited to where Black and Latino teachers are largely absent; but also for where they … More Camden City Charter Schools Must Recruit More Black and Latino Teachers