There Is Nothing Wrong With Black Students

Challenging prevailing notions about the racial achievement gap, this book examines the education system’s role, suggesting that the gap is not due to the students, their parents, or the broader community, but rather to the schools’ limited effectiveness. Focusing on actionable steps for principals and teachers, this resource explores ways schools can evolve to better meet the needs of these students. It advocates for understanding diverse learning styles, implementing a more relevant curriculum, individualizing task durations for students, and experimenting with single-gender classrooms. Highlighting successful examples of black students in schools that have implemented such policies, the book underscores the transformative impact of a passionate and comprehensive education on any student’s potential for success.

By Dr Jawanza Kunjufu


SKU AP110 Category