A Howard University professor said America needs to focus on discipline disparities, curriculum equality and resource equity as three ways in which to improve black male achievement across the nation.
Ivory Toldson, an associate professor of counseling psychology at the Washington, D.C., university, spoke during a Black Male Achievement Community forum at Pitt Community College on Thursday.
“Discipline policies need to change,” Toldson said. “You can’t teach a kid that’s not in school.”
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