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Dr. Robin DiAngelo Speaking, College of New Jersey, Tuesday, April 11 at 12:30 p.m.

The College of New Jersey is hosting Dr. Robin DiAngelo , who will be presenting a lecture on campus on Tuesday, April 11, 2017 at 12:30 p.m. in the Mayo Concert Hall.  She will be discussing key concepts in social…

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Why Talented Black and Hispanic Students Can Go Undiscovered

In this New York Times article, Susan Dynarski describes how a new screening system identified significantly more gifted black and Hispanic children than occurred when schools relied on teacher and parent referrals.

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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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“You’re so articulate: Modern racism; ” Dr. Steve Perry, February 9, 2016

Black History Month Keynote Speaker Dr. Steve Perry   “You’re so articulate: Modern racism”, Tuesday, February 9, 2016 Carl Fields Center, Room 104 6:00pm Dr. Steve Perry has become a national icon in the education revolution, a change agent who…

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Bright Futures: Improving Education and Transforming Outcomes for Girls of Color, April 14-15, 2016

Their voices, their struggles, even their data have been overlooked for years. Perhaps because overall, our nation’s girls are graduating from high school at higher rates than boys we can assume they are doing just fine, right? Wrong. For girls…

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