Do you know the expulsion rate for your city? Do you know middle or high school-aged youth in your community who have been expelled or are otherwise not planning to go "back to school" during the 2013-2014 school year?
What is their plan? What can parents and community faculty members do to ensure that these students still have access to quality educational resources and learning mentors?
This week on NCEBCTalkRadio, we welcome Mr. Terrance Littlefield, Former Director of a minority retention program at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis and CEO of Basic Prep Academy, to discuss alternate education solutions and share information about the value-added options of qualified and standard curriculum-based online learning. Joining us in the studio will be guest show host and NCEBC Manager of Black Male Action Planning, Mr. Kamau Jywanza.
Mr. Jywanza will facilitate conversation between our featured guest, call-in experts, and our show audience to frame the understanding of the national expulsion and drop-out epidemic and it's impact on our communities - while welcoming Mr. Littlefield to share a working model of empowerment and success based in the Indianapolis, Indiana area.
For more information on next week's show, please read and share the NCEBCTalkRadio announcement that will arrive in your INBOX on Sunday afternoon and Monday morning. Until then, please mark your calendars and plan to join us on Monday, August 19th @10am ET.
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