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    How to Save Young Black Men: Authority figures must teach the difference between right and wrong

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      Meet graduate commencement speaker David C. Banks, President and CEO of the Eagle Academy Foundation. He was the founding principal of the Eagle Academy for Young Men, the first school in a network of innovative all-boys public schools in New York City

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      How to Save Young Black Men: Authority figures must teach the difference between right and wrong

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    Capturing the Experiences of Young Men of Color The Student Experience Lab partnered with the College Board to better understand and develop opportunities to enhance the educational experiences of young men of color.

    The Senior Class of 2012 and the Eagle Schlar Senior Committee would like to thank, The Eagle Academy Foundation, One Hundred Black Men Inc., Or corporate and community partners as well as the Eagle Staff, Eagle Parents, and Friends for their unwavering dedication and support to helping the young men of Eagle Academy Soar!

    The mission of Urban Prep is to provide a comprehensive, high-quality college preparatory education to young men that results in graduates succeeding in college.

    "500 Men and the 500 Men Empowerment Summit" "500 Men and the 500 Men Empowerment Summit" Otis Cruse, Chairman, 500 MEN, and Chairman of the 500 Men Empowerment Summit, President/CEO, Cruse Consultants, NY Otis Cruse, Chairman, 500 MEN, and Chairman of the 500 Men Empowerment Summit, President/CEO, Cruse Consultants, NY Read More: www.500menempower...

    PIE - Author's Purpose. Useful for discussing different types of "writers" (journalist, author, ad copywriter). Re: ads, useful departure for discussion of the purpose of ads ("to persuade you to buy something."

    Newspaper/Photocopy of text + Black marker = Instant poetry Have some fun with your kids with this Blackout Poetry plan. Let your creative side take control and be dazzled by the results. Come take a look at this free step-by-step instructional lesson. Guaranteed to get even the most-reluctant student to give poetry a try. FREE!

    Teach your students how to properly embed quotations in their writing. CCSS Aligned. Includes ESL Differentiation. Writing. Grades 7-12. Teaching writing. Secondary English. High school. Middle school.

    This is one of my favorite units! It motivates students to want to learn about the Native Americans of North America (Eastern Woodlands, Great Plains, Southwest, Northwest Coast, Southeast). For each region, there is a 2-page informational text and comprehension questions. In addition, create a Native America name, Picture Writing, Project, Study chart, Map of the regions, Dream Catcher project and writing, Totem Pole Craft and writing, rain dance instructions, acrostic poem, quiz and rubrics.

    Take your students through the canon of American literature with dynamic, multimedia presentations.

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    Create engaging, differentiated reader's notebooks with this huge collection of snappy response pages! Grades 1-7. ($)

    If a student disagrees or wants to counter a claim, these sentence starters are a good way to keep the discussion engaging and positive.

    "Why Black Youth Must Travel" -Ebony Magazine

    The Eagle Academy for Young Men is a college prep high school in New York City committed to the education and excellence of young men of color. The schools are part of the New York Public School System and are supported by The Eagle Foundation. www.eagleacademyf...

    African American History Packet

    A host of arguments can be made to explain the explosive growth in America’s prison population, half of which is African-American. Those arguments range from the nation’s War on Drugs to a twisted subculture within the African-American community that views a prison sentence almost as a rite of passage for young Black males.

    Campaign for Black Male Achievement Impact Index

    Founded in 1996 by Phillip Jackson, The Black Star Project is committed to improving the quality of life in Black and Latino communities of Chicago and nationwide by eliminating the racial academic achievement gap. Our mission is to provide educational services that help pre-school through college students succeed academically and become knowledgeable and productive citizens with the support of their parents, families, schools and communities.