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September 25, 2014

Official Book Launch and Signing   (By Invitation Only)

Chicago, Illinois



About the Author:

About the Author:

Dr. Stanley HowardDr. Stanley Howard is the founder and president of the Law and Civics Reading and Writing education think tank whose mission is to close the achievement gap among at-risk children. As part of hs research agenda, over the past four years he has led interdisciplinary research on meeting the whole child development and learning needs of Black males, from birth through twelfth grade. He attended Northern Illinois University, receiving a B.A. in political science , and a minor in African American studies. He has a Master’s degree and PhD in political science from the University of Illinois (Chicago), where he specialized in; public policy analysis.

As a professor of political science, Dr. Howard has taught courses on civil rights , constitutional law at various America universities. For more than 17 years, he has presented lectures on civil rights and civil liberties to educator and teachers from around the world under the auspices of the U.S. State Department‘s international cultural exchange program. He is a member of United Nations Association Greater Chicago Chapter, and advocacy committee, where he serves on the international treaties/conversion and human rights subcommittees. He lives in Chicago with his wife Anita, who is an early childhood educator and coach.

About the Book:

About the book:

In this book Righting America’s Wrongs: A Best Practices Manual for Educating Black Males, Dr. Stanley Howard urges the nation to lower the decibel and change the conversation on school reform from the divisive and often unscientific chatter of charter versus neighborhood schools, merit pay, and educating children for a career in favor of conversations surrounding the question: “how do children learn?” He proposes that this simple question can lead educators, parents, teachers, administrators, community activists, and policymakers to advocate for ecologically-aligned schools and educational programs designed to stimulate children’s innate curiosity, imagination, creativity, resilience, and problem-solving potential.  It shifts our educational mindset from teaching children “what to think” to “how to think.”

Dr. Howard examines the research on Black male development and learning during their critical early years from birth through age eight. Based on research on what constitutes a “quality world class twenty-first century education,” he calls for the nation to invest in community-based think tanks that are connected to community schools to benefit all children, and particularly Black males. This book is a valuable contribution to the fields of early childhood education and mentoring Black youth.