SATURDAY, FEB. 27TH, 12PM-2:30PM - EDUCATION PANEL: "Kasserian Ingera" and How are the Children? Education at the Crossroads
- Central High School, 246 18th Ave., Newark, NJ. Moderator: Andre Hollis, Principal, New
Horizons Community Charter School, Newark, NJ (see more details below)
On February 27, 2010, CAN hosted a magnificient Educational Panel. By all accounts, these type of discussions
should be occuring throughout our communities. In case you may be interested in hosting one or learning more about this particular
panel, please refer to these documents:
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Education Panel: Audience/Community Questions:
- How can educations address the "culture" of the music, videos, etc., degradation that exist in many urban
- Due to the fact that there are very few jobs and and post graduation opportunities
for our children - what are we educating them to do?
- Do you think fighting in self defense deserves
consequences such as suspension?
- How can someone outside of the community with no children be
- How can we address the issues of the children who don't have active parents, parents
who work long hours or the parents simply don't have the time?
- Why doesn't my school inform
us about college?
- In order to effectively educate the children, we must have the parent and
the community to buy in to the agenda. How you get the community and parents buy-in?
- Why doesn't
my school have any clubs or extracurricular activities?
- Which is the best type of high school
if you want a high demand job?
- How many graduates does this school have per year?
- How did you acquire a 4.4 GPA? That is pretty amazing.
- What are some ways that "the
village" namely the church can assist the youth in striving towards excellence?
- What inspired
you to start the mentor program S.O.A.R.S.?
- Based on the nation that "it takes a village"
to raise and teach a child, what can be done and can we enhance non-parents to take an active role in the educational process
in the school districts within their communities?
- Why doesn't the state provide inner city schools
with up to date books and supplies?
- With such emphasis placed on state testing how do you avoid
teachers neglecting low performing students because they might fail anyway?
- How do you plan
on dealing with the lack of African History in the schools?
- Are the children well? Are the teachers
really dedicating themselves to helping the children exceed beyond the norm? Can we as a community keep the children and teachers
encouraged and inspired? How? When? Where?
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the pictures of this event - to the left.