When I was a kid, I had an unfailing passion for competition. It started around the age of 6 or 7 in my three-bedroom bungalow ... Read More The post The Power of High Expectations for Black Students appeared first on Matthew R. Morris. […]
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“Kids these days” is the usual preemptive statement that is followed by what, how and why “this generation” is lacking. It does seem as though ... Read More The post Kids These Days appeared first on Matthew R. Morris. […]
Do you think white people know we are acting when we code switch? Perhaps they are secretly in on our little white lie but enjoy ... Read More The post Code Switching appeared first on Matthew R. Morris. […]
I have been teaching and consulting - from primary school through adult education - since 1996. Currently an education consultant with la Commission scolaire de la Seigneurie-des-Mille-Îles in Montreal, Quebec, I believe that sharing our stories is the key to getting better together.