As we begin to open up America, parents are rightfully worried about the safety of their children and the prevention of COVID-19 (novel coronavirus). The World Health Organization (WHO) has guidelines for administrators, teachers, and parents on what to do once school returns but the question we all have is if the suggestions are practical?Experts know that the coronavirus will be with us well throughout the fall and winter […]
I’m talking with Dr. April Lisbon. She is an autism coach, a 19-year veteran school psychologist, and who is a mom raising a child that is autistic and dyslexic. We are discussing special needs children, diagnosis, and family support. If you know of someone who needs to watch this podcast, please share it with them […]
Dr. Carl James co-wrote a series of guidelines that are designed to support parents’ and guardians’ involvement in the education of Black children. These guidelines are a road map for parents from junior kindergarten all the way to graduation to their first year of college. Ask him questions live on-air about your child’s school. Watch […]
Can you think of the first time that you had a Black male teacher in school? The amount of Black male teachers nationwide is just 2% of all teachers. I’m speaking with Dr. Kimberly Underwood, the research chairperson at the University of Phoenix about the lack of Black male teachers in K-12 grade nationally to […]
Successful Black Parenting magazine jumped into the world of animation and expanded it to include board books for children based on the animations we produce. All of the animations have main characters that are Black. “We know that representation matters and it is important to inject this diversity, not only into the animation world but […]
Starting as young as preschool, Black children are more prone to harsher disciplinary actions such as suspension and expulsion.