The Miseducation of Black Children

This book is a valuable resource for parents and teachers of black children seeking to address the educational system’s failures, which have persisted despite the No Child Left Behind Act. It argues that teachers often have low expectations for black students and emphasizes the importance of nurturing these students, even within standardized policies. The book also highlights the issue of new teachers not being adequately trained to understand diverse learning styles, leading to ineffective teaching methods. By identifying curriculum aspects that are irrelevant to certain student subsets, the book suggests that a more targeted approach could better educate black children.

By Kmt G. Shockley


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