To make sure that at least 20 percent of Black males have a college degree by 2020, we need to move beyond merely getting Black males into college. We need proactive strategies to prepare them to compete at a university that has a record of retaining and graduating Black males.
In Challenging the Status Quo, Toldson and Lewis reveal how states, districts and schools conspire to educationally malnourish some of the nation’s schoolchildren. Their PREPS framework shifts attention away from measuring students to measuring the commitment of policymakers and K-12 practitioners to expand public school students’ access to a certified and experienced teaching force, college-preparatory courses in math and science, and a fair shot at opportunity.
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"2025 Network Responds to Zimmerman Verdict"
On this day, the morning after the verdict was read in a courtroom where the judge herself barred discussions about race relations, it's clearer than ever before that we as a society are in need of racial healing. When an unarmed victim, who was profiled, stalked, and shot to death by an armed civilian is blamed for his own murder, one has to question what other motivating factors were at play.READ