In the event of a campus shooting, teachers are taught to respond to a special code. They are to straightaway get the kids safely inside, lay low, stay quiet with doors locked. That plan may work for many instructors, but not for Jeanine (not her real name), who has worked with special needs
It was a warm day in Ohio, June 6, 1850 when eight children were taken from their parents to satisfy an alleged debt their former slave owner owed. The case involved legal proceedings in three states, and finally bogged down in a political maelstrom. Records from the Ohio Executive
Just two or three letters after a name makes all the difference in the world, and it never comes easy.
That’s especially true for Black students in the past decade coming on to college campuses where they were barely seen, socially isolated, had little access to support services, and stood a greater chance of dropping out of the process.