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Thoughts of An Urban Teacher...What do you do when students say..

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Thoughts of an Urban Teacher...What do you do when students’ say “ I Think I Am Worthless”, “Shut the Fu.. Up”, “I Am Afraid of Donald Trump”, I Didn’t Eat Last Night”, “Fu..ing Bald Headed Mother Fu..er” and “I Want to Be An Engineer.”?

R. Grant writes a powerful realization of the why and how of the Urban teacher. His mastery and lifetime dedication to inner-city education identifies the social impact and struggle the urban teacher faces. In a world where the unfair distribution of academic resources plaguing young learners and traps both teacher and student as victims of a post-modern Jim Crow.

Mark Campbell, Academic Manager, BRINDELL INSTITUTE

Chapter 1 Why I Teach 11
Chapter 2 Stories from the classroom 13
Chapter 3 Reaching the Next Generation: One World Culture 33
Charter 4 Charter Schools vs Public Schools: 41
Chapter 5 Lets Discuss Poverty 47
Chapter 6 Cultural Learning 57
Chapter 7 African American Language “Ebonics”
and Urban American English 73
Chapter 8 The Effect of Educational Policies on Education in America 79
Chapter 9 Intuitional Racism vs. Social Racism (ESSA, NCLB & Common Core) 89
Chapter 10 Why Students Learn and Strategies for Success 95
Chapter 11 More stories from Me. 107
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128 pages
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