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How Teaching Emotional Intelligence Can Help Educate Future Black Leaders

A powerful tool for success that should be taught in classrooms today is emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence is defined as, “The capacity to be aware of, control, and express one’s emotions, and to handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathetically”  is seen as the key to both personal and professional success. Why is emotional intelligence such an important…...

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Here’s Why Creativity is More Important than Literacy

The United States education model is outdated; it’s structured to merely prepare kids for college. The current education model penalizes kids for mistakes, and ultimately teaches them not to take risks or think outside the box. Other countries figured out years ago that merely teaching kids knowledge isn’t enough in the 21st century, but rather…...

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Get Involved: The Power of Mentoring Black Boys

Black boys need positive role models. Many of them are getting lost between the transition from childhood to young adulthood. Bad choices are being made, and the long-term consequences are often troubling. It is easy for these boys to consider dropping out of school rather than pursuing a higher education path. So, what can be…...

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Do You Advocate for Your Child?

Special education teacher Dr. Shanell Reid discusses why and how we must advocate for our children. While working as a bus driver, Dr. Reid started her advocacy journey by championing for her son who was struggling in school. Decades later, she continues empowering students and their parents by teaching them how to advocate for themselves. Please watch this video and…...

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Get Outside the Textbook!

By Felicia Williams A little while ago, I was reading my Facebook timeline when I saw a video clip that claimed students were “freaking out” in the hallway. Naturally, like any nosy person, I clicked the link. To my surprise, the students were “freaking out” over mathematics! J. E. Johnson Elementary School in Mississippi is working outside of…...

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How Has Reality TV Affected Our Children? What Can Be Done?

Have you ever had a conversation with the young people in your life during which you’re convinced they aren’t listening to a word you’re saying? This video can help. Felicia Meadows has 15 years of experience in counseling young people and encouraging them to take control of their careers. In this down-to-earth conversation, Meadows speaks with Dr. Boyce Watkins…...

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5 Tips To Teach Young Children About Entrepreneurship

You want your children to have the best of everything, and this means teaching them skills that will promote confidence, happiness, and strong leadership. Teaching entrepreneurship is a great start to giving a child of any age the skills needed to be successful. No, children will not be able to grasp every little detail about…...

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Encourage Travel To Countries in Africa and the African Diaspora…

World travel and global citizenship are two things that can give your children an advantage in a society that is competitive and evolving. Traveling to Africa, in particular, can be an enriching experience that exposes children to the vastness, uniqueness and beauty of the continent. Like other places, Africa’s diversity is reflected in its languages,…...

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How to Improve Parent-Teacher Conference Sessions

As the end of the 9 week period approaches for many students, teachers and parents plan to meet and discuss the progress of the student and child. For many parents it is not a difficult process because they have gone through it before with older children. However, for parents who are just starting out with children entering…...

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