The Constitution of the United States is a powerful document. Not only does it lay out the rules for governing, … Continue reading A Curriculum Teaching the Rules of Engagement
Since the days of the Obama administration, there has been a heavy focus on providing STEM (science, technology, engineering and … Continue reading Abandon The Textbook
Police officers should not be stationed in schools. However, you may teach at a school where there is probably a … Continue reading How Do You Discipline?
Years ago, I gave a professional development at a school where I was teaching. It was on cultural competency and … Continue reading They See Color… Even When You Don’t
When it comes to recruiting prospective teachers of color, some school administrators and human resource managers claim that there aren’t … Continue reading Have You Considered an HBCU when Recruiting Prospective Black Male Teachers?
Increasing attention is surrounding the need for school districts to hire more Black male teachers. Academics and journalists alike have … Continue reading A Data-Driven Approach to Hiring More Black Male Teachers
Black History Month is a time to celebrate the accomplishments and contributions of African Americans in American history. Many educators … Continue reading Teaching a History of Uncomfortable Truths