Dr. Bettye Haysbert
Dr. Bettye Haysbert joins the show to discuss her new book, “Liberating Teaching and Learning: Turn it Upside Down and Watch African American (All Learners) SOAR !" In the interview she explains how the education system needs to change from a European structure and model. Majority of African American (Black) students are not learning about themselves in the classroom. Black students are often taught that European Americans are the only one’s that have contributed to this country, and that is a form of racism. Dr. Haysbert believes students and teachers can work together to change the curricular; if they let go of their controlling methods of educating. Don’t miss this enlightening and informative conversation. You can purchase her book at Amazon.com. The book is available in paperback and on Kindle. Dr. Haysbert also has a reading program to help struggling readers, for more information go to readingourway.com “Never Forget They Peeped It 1st!”
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