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By Dr. Jawanza Kunjufu

This problem to influential educator Ruby Payne's theories concerning the impact of category changes and economics on instructing and learning puts forward other components as larger predictors of pupil performance. Pointing to luck tales in faculties that serve low-income scholars, this refutation of Payne's renowned teacher-training software asserts that teacher expectancies, time on activity, and the principal's management are the most components in choosing academic results at a school. Abandoning Payne's framework of teacher-student source of revenue disparities, racial make-up, and per-pupil expenditure, this severe analysis asserts the human part because the strongest software for making improvements to schooling in failing faculties.

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Let me share with you some recent results from racial testers. A field experiment was conducted by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of Chicago. They sent out 5,000 resumes in response to help wanted ads in Boston and Chicago newspapers. Each resume was randomly assigned either a very Black sounding name, such as L’Keisha Washington or Jamal Jones, or a very White sounding name, such as Emily Walsh or Brendan Baker. This racial indicator, the researchers found, produced a significant gap in the rate of callbacks for interviews.

Why ask so large a sum? Surely this needs no detailing. 10 In the next chapter we will look at economic empowerment. If Ruby Payne is that concerned about poverty and its impact on African Americans and their educational achievement, then she should begin to address the root issue, and that’s how to economically empower African Americans.

The last images that we saw of White poverty, and this was before the tremendous advancement of television, were during the Great Depression of the 1930s. We saw large numbers of Whites distraught, committing suicide, and waiting in food lines during the Depression. During the early 1960s, there were many media specials and documentaries on poverty, but only 25 percent of those studies examined poverty in the African American community. However, in the 1970s, 75 percent of all media reports on welfare and poverty emphasized and portrayed the African American community.

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