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Do You Know the Long Term Effects of Neurological Medication on Your Child?

They are VERY QUICK to medicate your child, but do you really know what the potential long term effects are? The latest scientific literature indicates that boys averaging age 7-9, given a diagnosis of mild hyperactivity in the 1970s and treated with Ritalin (methylphenidate) in small doses, have come to a tragic outcome as a …

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Your Stories, Your Words: A conversation wit Hope Dieobi

In this episode we discuss private schools versus state schools, diversifying our understanding of blackness past sports and entertainment and celebrating black excellence. In this series, Your stories, Your words, we speak to members of the black community about their relationship with the British education system. In giving a platform to parents, mentors, teachers, children …

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Your Stories, Your Words: A conversation with Lorna Williams

In this episode we speak about diagnosing young black boys, homeschooling, Aspergers and the role of punishment and sanctions in the education system. In this series, Your stories, Your words, we speak to members of the black community about their relationship with the British education system. In giving a platform to parents, mentors, teachers, children …

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Your Stories, Your Words: A conversation with Master Mo

In this episode we speak about raising black girls, black intelligence and keeping our culture . In this series, Your stories, Your words, we speak to members of the black community about their relationship with the British education system. In giving a platform to parents, mentors, teachers, children and young adults, we aim to show …

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Your Stories, Your Words: A Conversation with Rijole Bitata

In this episode we speak about the role of black teachers in the British education system. In this series, Your stories, Your words, we speak to members of the black community about their relationship with the British education system. In giving a platform to parents, mentors, teachers, children and young adults, we aim to show …

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