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Race discrimination persists in school discipline practices

Race discrimination persists in school discipline practices

Jan. 23 | By Mary Turck Contributing Writer   In early January, Secretary of Education Arne Duncan and Attorney General Eric Holder jointly announced new federal guidelines on school discipline. Why? “Racial discrimination in school discipline is a real...

Education versus learning: the war against Black students

Education versus learning: the war against Black students

Jun. 6 |     By Donald W.R. Allen, II Guest Commentator   The Minneapolis Public Schools has become a school system that isn’t able to successfully engage and teach students of color, as seen by declining enrollment and low graduations rates...

African American boys pushed into  the disciplinary gap

African American boys pushed into the disciplinary gap

May. 30 |     Panelists attribute stereotyping  for high suspension rates   By Charles Hallman Staff Writer   The African American Males in Education Advisory (AAMEA), a Minnesota Minority Education Partnership committee, is exploring ways...