Essay on Education System Failures
Fergusson illustrates an intricate set of deep-seated schooling theories while observing accomplishments of African American students (Fergusson 12). He, further, claims that school factors shape the image of black students (Fergusson 12). She argues that the school management structure is responsible for the apprehension and contradictions associated with black masculinity in school settings. Therefore, she offers racial and gender solutions that would improve the educational policy. She argues that adoption of good policies would allow young African Americans access education without prejudice. In addition, she advises teachers and school administrations to improve disciplinary measures so as to avoid unfair placement of black students on school detention.
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