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Enhancing Education Outcomes for Black Male Youth - Shared screen with speaker view
Rhonda Leonard
40:38
Applause...Applause...
Charlene Dorsey
47:06
That's the key, but also our dilemma. Too few are involved.
Charlene Dorsey
51:37
Yes - recruiting!
Doug Edwards
54:03
Should schools consider it their moral obligation to engage parents about relational (mental) health? And if so, why? Doug Edwards/Real Dads Forever
Charlene Dorsey
54:39
I try to be education diligent in every situation: church, family gatherings, supermarkets etc. I try to push literacy etc. to the parents and give books to our young.
Karen Goldman
55:15
As a white female middle school counselor, what can I do, or not do, to better support our black young men?
LIN THOMAS
57:25
There a great percentage of parents who are economically challenged and simply cannot get to the schools during school hours and when they take off to make it based on their lack of sophistication they are spun. Recommendation: Can this group form an Ombudsman organization to represent these disadvantaged parents?
Victor Ramsey
01:00:27
This is indeed...a must share. Education is a Quest from the Cradle to the Grave. RQQ
Charlene Dorsey
01:01:35
Please share the projects/authors that panelists Jones and Williams just discussed please?
Charlene Dorsey
01:05:06
I agree. Example - Elementary School is when they begin tracks for programs like "Gifted & Talented" and Black children are intentionally excluded.
Karen Goldman
01:10:40
Hi Sam..it's me!
Victor Ramsey
01:13:32
Brothers. You are to be commended for this work. We know the statistics and we have the expertise in many of the spaces we share. One of you alluded to reaching out to support your program for example. Can you please share with the audience how each one of us can make a difference in our own spaces with our boys without the fear or stereotypes that some people have about them. Essentially, please share some communication strategies. Thanks
Victor Ramsey
01:16:02
Growth Mindset approach for sure...Great point Bruh
Maggie Gardner
01:20:13
How can we break the stereotype, that our black boys are out for trouble at first glance?
Victor Ramsey
01:21:11
Awesome scholarly explanation of the question. Much obliged
Claude Mayo
01:21:19
Thank you brothers for these perspectives and your leadership! Please comment on how this impacts higher education and the education of Black males beyond K-12.
Carolyn Brooks-Burton
01:23:47
Carolyn Brooks-Burton - I am an old 84 years old, happy and want you all to know how proud I am of you young men. You are truly BLACK GOLD (very valuable) and so very needed. Thank you and thank God for you. Keep up the great work.
Charlene Dorsey
01:25:35
I second that Mrs. Brooks-Burton!
Dennis Williams
01:25:37
very rich, insightful and powerful conversation. action and execution!
Doug Edwards
01:26:34
Yesss! Ask “what happened” rather than “what’s wrong.”
Charlene Dorsey
01:27:11
Thank you!
Charlene Dorsey
01:28:02
Are there continuing education requirements for teachers?
Maggie Gardner
01:28:20
During my program at Jumoke Academy, I had students, 95% were boys, I said to myself oh boy, am in for a hard time, but to my great surprise, the boys were very well behave, more that the girls, I was so proud of them, I let them know, and I also let the Dean know. So I was wrong to assumed.
Charlene Dorsey
01:28:26
I never like hearing teachers call a child bad. I think some re-teaching is necessary there.
Patricia Gaylord
01:30:36
Great conversation, thank you for creating this space.
Vicie Brooks
01:32:15
I want to thank you all for this powerful, very impactful conversation!
Maggie Gardner
01:32:24
Thank you Mr Jones, you are truly an asset to our community. Looking forward to the next one.
Mike Farr
01:33:06
During the 2020-2021 school year, school districts went back to self-contained (elementary) classrooms with smaller class sizes, great "control features", and ODR's on all of our students went down significantly, so my question did going back to "normal" in terms of back to "departmentalization" in elementary schools...did this adversly effect our student's needs? Should the "new normal" mean going back to self-contained? We can learn alot about what works, if we compare closely ODR data from 2020-2021 with 2021-2022. In my opinion, education hit the "reset" button in 2020...did we learn from this? Thanks for panel discussion, learned alot
Rhonda Leonard
01:33:30
Great panelist, Great Conversation...Keep the movement going.....Thanks Greg...
Doug Edwards
01:34:43
Once again, I got rich! Thanks, Greg. Always a pleasure. Excellent panel presenters.
Charlene Dorsey
01:35:44
Bridge programs are often necessary to get them into college and and at least through first year. My husband worked for a program in Baltimore where there was a lot of success.
Karen Goldman
01:35:45
Thank you all for your insight and knowledge!
Dr. Alice farrell
01:40:18
Community- Village
Charlene Dorsey
01:40:31
Yes. while you're helping yours - help someone else's.
Victor Ramsey
01:41:12
Thank you Brothers. We need to revisit another similar panel. Scholarship at its best. RQQ
LIN THOMAS
01:42:12
Proud of you Brothers Great Initiative.
Charlene Dorsey
01:42:41
I'm going to share with my grandson and hold you all out as examples. I'm proud of you. Thanks a lot for your time.
Christopher Franklin
01:42:43
great job
Victor Ramsey
01:42:43
Peace. Great discussion. Thank you all! _Mak
Mike Farr
01:43:02
Great discussions! Thanks