Posts Tagged:academically oriented education

TED Talk: Vernā Myers “How to Overcome Our Biases? Walk Boldly Towards Them.”

In this video, diversity consultant Vernā Myers encourages viewers to confront their own biases in order to fully face and change them. Her organization, the Vernā Myers Consulting Group, has helped break down racial, gender, ethic, and sexual orientation barriers in large corporations throughout the U.S. “We still struggle, you have to tell them, with…

Read More →

Parent to Parent: 6 Tips to Help Your Child in Gifted and Honor Programs

It should come as no surprise that white students are more likely to be classified as “gifted” or “intelligent” than Black and Hispanic students. When a snapshot is taken of these classes throughout the nation, the numbers reflect the same. As a mother of a child who is recognized as academically gifted, and currently in one…

Read More →

Pre-School: Play Based vs. Academically Oriented Classrooms

There are many theories about the best ways to prepare young children for their formal education.Some believe that pre-school should be a time for play and exploration while others assert that academic rigor must begin at an early age. Your Black Education reporter Tiffany Caesar interviews Dr. Rentz about the differences, challenges, and the best…...

This content is for Elementary, Elementary 1-year 30% savings, Elementary 6-months 20% savings, Higher Learning, Higher Learning 1-year 30% savings, Higher Learning 6-months 20% savings, Higher Learning 6-months 20% savings, Secondary, Secondary 1-year 30% savings and Secondary 6-months 20% savings members only.
Log In Register
Back to Top