Despite years of sociological research debunking the idea that black fathers aren’t involved in parenting, Americans can’t let this stereotype go. Read, learn, explore and form your own opinion because. ….Knowledge IS Power! Terri Goldson, Sr.

Source: thinkprogress.org

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For quiet students, another school year calls for the oh-so-familiar report card comments on participation and the series of unfortunate classroom events they’ve come to know all too well…. Read, learn, explore and form your own opinion because. …Knowledge IS Power!

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Students are returning to school and it is important to have a variety of strategies and creative ideas ready. Have a great school year! Read, learn, explore and form your own opinion because. ….Knowledge IS Power! Terri Goldson, Sr.

Source: www.educatorstechnology.com

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It’s back-to-school time! If you want the new school year to be a great one, it’s important to start it off right. …Read, learn, explore and form your own opinion because. …Knowledge IS Power!

Source: www.helpteaching.com

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What fires the rage in Ferguson. A young unarmed black man is gunned down once again. The town of Ferguson is the flash point of a continual racial, judicial and socio-economical divide in Black America. Read, learn, explore and form your own opinion because…… Knowledge IS Power! Terri Goldson, Sr.

Source: www.washingtonpost.com

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30 years ago, Benjamin Bloom challenged the learning sciences community: How could we replicate the effectiveness of one-to-one or small-group tutoring in a more cost-effective, scalable way (Bloom, “The 2 Sigma Problem”)? Read, learn, explore and form your own opinion because. …Knowledge IS Power! Terri Goldson, Sr

Source: www.edsurge.com

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A detailed report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation finds African-American kids face huge barriers to success in the Badger State. Connecticut may have the largest achievement gap but Wisconsin is worse in many ways. Read, learn, explore and form your own opinion because. …Knowledge IS Power! Terri Goldson, Sr.

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