FW120 – How the African-American Experience Affects the Classroom and Strategies for Success

FW120 – How the African-American Experience Affects the Classroom and Strategies for Success

African-American students, particularly males, lag behind in graduation rates, lead in discipline referrals, and are more likely to be suspended than their peers in other subgroups. This workshop introduces information that supports us in achieving better outcomes.

Training Prerequisites: none

Contact: (800) 424-9484 | workshops@ahaprocess.com

The message in the data is clear: Current research shows that African-American students, particularly males, lag behind in graduation rates, lead in discipline referrals, and are more likely to be suspended than their peers in other subgroups. We must adopt strategies that increase their success.

This workshop explores historical events and policies that have led to the academic and behavioral divide we have today. Strategies shared in this workshop will help you foster understanding, improve relationships, and create more effective interventions with your students.

 

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