John Allsop Releases 'Developing Literacy in at Risk Young Children: A Khametic Perspective'
John Allsop, a veteran math teacher in the New York City public school system shares his experience of years of educating minority youth. During his time working with this population, he details the inherent failures in the public school's ability to adequately address the needs of students. The shortage of black male teachers compounds the already troubling inadequacies. Inequality still abounds, leaving youth of color with few options and a myriad of obstacles that continually and systematically obscure success.
John Allsop, has completed his new book "Developing Literacy in at Risk Young Children: A Khametic Perspective": a sobering and practical look at the many obstacles facing students of color in the public school system.
Allsop shares, "Urban minority students' academic achievements were significantly affected in ways that denied them of essential support services. Denying these services thus, exacerbated the antisocial conditions of the students that needed them, thus delaying their academic progress."
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, John Allsop's "Developing Literacy in at Risk Young Children: A Khametic Perspective" compelling description of the public school system and its inherent flaws.
The author points out the lack of energy directed toward youth at risk. The prevalence of white female teachers teaching students of color is also highlighted as problematic. The dilemma facing schools in socio-economically depressed districts continues to worsen while special interest groups pursue their own ends. The situation grows more serious, while new generations of children are churned through a system that is intrinsically averse to their needs.
Readers who wish to experience this inspiring work can purchase "Developing Literacy in at Risk Young Children: A Khametic Perspective" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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