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According to Principal Kafele, all educators (building level, central office level and consultants) who are responsible for the education of African American children, you have chosen a very noble profession in which to work. At the core of your practice must be reading. It doesn’t matter if your personal library is comprised of over 10,000 books in the field of education. If your personal library is not well stocked with books specifically written for educating African American children, your library is virtually worthless to your practice. If you are going to successfully educate African American children, you must read, study and apply culturally relevant, culturally appropriate and culturally responsive reading material that addresses the specific needs of African American learners. Anything less amounts to what Dr. Carter G. Woodson said many years ago - MISEDUCATION! It is incumbent upon all of us to read, study and apply as many [of the books listed] as we can. The continued application of generic methodology for African American children will continue to produce the dismal and disappointing results that we see reflected in current state and national achievement data.
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