A community forum #OneHoward hopes to address racism and bigotry in Howard Co., Md. It’s off to a fiery start for sure.
9 groups of school leaders have joined forces to issue a national call to action, reminding schools to focus on safe settings and inclusion.
Students in Maryland, D.C., and several other places around the country are walking in the streets to protest the election of Donald Trump.
When Donald Trump was running for president, he spoke of hatred on the campaign trail, a hatred non-whites know as well, but the take is different this time.
Widespread sharp increases in bullying of immigrant and minority students have been reported, increasing the level of fear those students feel.
Black students may work better with black teachers, perhaps as role models. But even white students statistically prefer black and Latino teachers.
Creativity takes a blow, and teachers who expect students to be artistic should be better trained or more qualified to evaluate that artistic output.
Middle school students in an affluent Washington suburb were caught chanting racial slurs on a school bus and should be disciplined.
Some people can get away with crimes. Like white Olympic swimmers. Not black kids, though, who are sometimes shot by police before they can apologize.
Black students and students with disabilities are still getting out-of-school suspensions more frequently than whites, esp. in charters.