Not In Our Town Princeton


Teacher perceptions and race

Dick Startz reports on”New research by Adam Wright, “Teachers’ Perceptions of Students’ Disruptive Behavior: The Effect of Racial Congruence and Consequences for School Suspension,” documents that black teachers have much less negative views of black student behavior than do white…

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Continuing Conversations: Counterproductive Behaviors of Well-Intentioned People, Monday, November 2, 2015, 7 pm.

Well-intentioned people make mistakes, lots of them.  Mistakes must be expected as our discussions explore the  often unspoken topics about race.  Becoming aware of unconscious responses to ourselves and others, building self-honesty, being held accountable for our behavior is necessary…

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