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Kill Them Before They Grow: The Misdiagnosis of African American Boys in America's Classrooms (Anglais) Broché – 1 mars 1998

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Kill Them Before They Grow Here is an examination of how African-American males end up in dead-end classes and what must be done to change this trend. Full description

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This is presently happening 5 mars 2015
Par Gwo Papa - Publié sur Amazon.com
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A must read to simply enter into the debate. In grades 1-5, I was the first African American my Caucasian teachers ever taught. I was socialized differently than other students. Any of my infractions received harsher criticism than my Causasian classmates. My family relocated to a large city. Middle School and High School were populated predominantly African American students and teachers. It was the first time the "reigns" were taken off and allowed me to develop creatively. During my service in the military I was "always" asked by Caucasians why I read so many books? My superiors "always" tried to suppress my attempts to work on a degree while in the military. This book is valid. To refute Porter's premise, suggests that you live in a vacuum. Give this read the acid test. Research on your own. You will be surprised by your findings. Begin in "inner city schools."
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Must Read Book- especially for Blacks (African) 14 mai 2012
Par Farris Muhammad - Publié sur Amazon.com
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What an excellent book to read! As a doctoral student working on a PhD, I focus on educational administration and policies. I have focused a large amount of my research on the overrepresentation of Black children in special education. Mr. Micheal porter focused alot on this very topic and did a great job of it.

I am highly impressed with Mr. Micheal porter experience and research. I am just now finishing this short but powerful read dealing the (mis)education of "African" children in inner-city public schools. The book illustrates and illuminates majority of the ills and systemic racial bias that African children, especially Black Boys face. The book is very succinct and candid. Mr. Michael Porter doesn't attempt to tip-toe through the tullips, nor walk on egg shells when addressing the racism in our public school that is disadvantageous to African children.

Not only does Mr. Michael Porter deliver the problems in education right to your front porch, he provides solutions and strategies for African-American families to counter the educational genocide that is being perpetuated in and throughout public schools. I find his solutions to very feasible and appropriate for implementation. In conclusion, the book pack a strong punch for such a brief book. The book can easily be a 1 day read but worth years of studying.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Eye Opening and Insightful! 13 octobre 2012
Par John Glover - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I decided to start a family book club as a means of getting my kids in the habit of reading on a daily basis outside of school. This was done for 3 reasons. First, this allows me to judge how well my kids are reading. Second, I'm helping my kids know and understand the importance of reading by doing this and helping them to start their own personal libraries. Third, it's my belief that being African American there are many factors at work against our kids and I want to be aware and make them aware as well.

The book "Kill Them Before They Grow" has been profound and engaging on many levels. It has given my kids an understanding of the many things they see on a daily basis in school. With my wife being a teacher in an E.D. class this book has truly opened her eyes to what is really being planned for these kids. She now knows how to help the kids she teaches and not go along with the program of destruction of our African American children.

Kudos to Michael Porter.
We will be reading his other books as well!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Deep! 1 décembre 2013
Par Tafari K Boozer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Awesome read, talks about how young african american boy's are dumb down in the american school system. Putting them in special education classes and doing psychological test to make the parents, of these young boy's believe they have a learning disabilities. Getting them most likely ready for a low wage job to work at for the rest of their natural lives, or the prison system.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A must read 21 décembre 2012
Par Vernon R Jackson Jr - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I mentor to young men and I try to read every "good" book or piece of information that will give me some real and informative information on what's going on with our young black men today. This book really hits the mark on what I am seeing and experiencing with the young men I mentor to everyday in the public school system. Everyone who is interested in the future of young African American boys should read this book and see for yourself whether it applies to what you are observing as you mentor to these young men.
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