Student success is about so much more than high test scores.
How my experiences in school shaped my commitment to connect with young Black males.
Education is a path toward permanent liberation in which people became aware of their multiple positionalities, and through reflection and action, transform the world.
We’re told males in academics are in crisis, from grade school disengagement to less collegiate matriculation. What do our young men embedded in the experience think is needed in male education?
Can you miss a building almost as much as the people within? Perhaps.
Why is it that we keep trying to change boys to fit the educational system instead of the educational system to fit boys?