Success Academy Charter Network Suspension Factory

Success Academy is a reflection of how the educational system in America negatively impacts certain student groups. In response to the Success Academy charter network suspension debacle, I am choosing to speak to all educators in America since the Success Academy experience mirrors the educational public school system in the United States. To all educators, […]

Leadership Instability and Divisions within a School District Cited for Disproportionality

Although it was only an hour train ride from New York City to Parktown*, New York, this suburban city seemed like a different world. From the train station to the elementary school where the professional development was held, there was little if any presence of cars and people compared to the busy streets of New […]

“Are my students at risk?” Measuring Disciplinary Disproportionality

It is a well-established fact that Black students in the United States are more likely than other students to receive disciplinary referrals, and be suspended or expelled from school.   For example, the U.S. Department of Education’s Civil Rights Data Collection notes that in 2013, Black students comprised 26 percent of all students in New York […]