My Schoolhouse is a Ghost Town
A lot has changed in the 25 years since Sunni Ali started teaching. Through his personal observations, Mr. Ali finds asks if there are better ways of reaching the students, specifically African American students, whether through after school programs, setting up more alternative and free schools, or some other reform is needed improve the current state of education to make students into leaders. That whatever the answer may be, the most important thing is that the community is involved from the beginning.
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Ali, Sunni, "My Schoolhouse is a Ghost Town" (2016). Educational Inquiry and Curriculum Studies Faculty Publications. 5.