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Frederick Fields Little Rock Talks About His New Book Written for Educators
February 10, 2021

Frederick Fields Little Rock Publishes Book to Bridge Divide with Parents of Recent Generations

Frederick Fields’ new book speaks to educators’ communication with the parents of recent generations. Frederick Fields Little Rock recently published a book for educators called Educator’s Strategies for Effective Relationships and Conversations with Millennial and Generation Z Parents. The book aims to help educators better connect with parents of these groups through real-life scenarios described in […]

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Frederick Fields LIttle Rock
January 14, 2021

Frederick Fields Little Rock Offers Tips for Students Stuck At Home With Remote Learning

Across the country, many school districts are closed down. Indeed, CBS News reports that 40 percent of school districts haven’t had in-person teaching within the past 8 months. With that in mind, Dr. Frederick Fields Little Rock, an education expert with decades of experience in teaching and administration, is going to share some remote learning […]

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January 4, 2021

Frederick Fields Little Rock on Reducing Dropout Risks

The high school dropout rate in the United States has declined a bit in recent decades but still remains a serious problem. Add in the COVID-19 pandemic and massive disruptions to the education system, there’s even a risk that the US might see an uptick in dropouts in the near future. That’s why Dr. Frederick […]

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Frederick Fields LIttle Rock gives second chances to students
November 24, 2020

Frederick Fields Little Rock Provides Second Chances to Students

Student Advocacy Ensures Every Voice is Heard, According to Frederick Fields of Little Rock Many will argue that you only get one chance. However, for students who come from diverse backgrounds, one chance is not enough. Students all across the country struggle with diversity and race. Through student advocacy, students are given a second chance. […]

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November 12, 2020

Training Others In Courageous Conversations With Little Rock’s Frederick Fields

Courageous Conversations fostered by Frederick Fields Little Rock are the beginning spark that generates traction for interracial dialogue Frederick Fields Little Rock creates an authentic and safe forum for Courageous Conversations regarding racial inequality and injustice. Through his extensive work he also trains others in how to create opportunities for these critical interracial conversations. The […]

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November 5, 2020

Frederick Fields Little Rock – How Second Chance Housing Is Needed Now More Than Ever

Frederick Fields Little Rock is well aware of the rising eviction statistics that is sweeping the nation. According to the Aspen Institute, there are over 100 million Americans that live in rental homes, and as of fall of 2020, 29-43% of renter households could be at risk of eviction by the end of the year. […]

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October 20, 2020

Little Rock Specialty School Entry Draft Policy, As Reviewed by Frederick Fields Little Rock Education Administrator

Frederick Fields, Little Rock School District Administrator, and Colleagues Submit a Draft Policy for Even Schooling Opportunities Little Rock School District leaders, such as Frederick Fields Little Rock administrator, are struggling with new student admission requirements at specialty and magnet schools. Discussions of auditions and/or numeracy test scores are potentially on the horizon. One specific […]

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October 12, 2020

Frederick Fields Little Rock Discusses Race Relations and Diversity in Today’s Environment

Race Relations Are a Major Point of Discussion Right Now and Frederick Fields Little Rock Is Here to Discuss Them Right now, there is a flashpoint that society has reached. For the past few months, the global pandemic dominated the news. The only event that was able to push this story off the front page, […]

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October 5, 2020

Frederick Fields Little Rock on How Millennials and Boomers Can Reconnect In Trying Times

The generational divide between boomers and millennials was already one of the worst ever seen: Then 2020 came along. Frederick Fields Little Rock knows that the trials of this year, from lockdowns and social distancing measures to political protests, have made it even more difficult for older and younger adults to connect. Even those that […]

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September 30, 2020

Frederick Fields Little Rock Discusses the Growing Polarization of Race Relations in the United States

Race Relations Have Been a Hot Button Topic in Recent Months and Frederick Fields Little Rock Is Here to Discuss the Implications During the past few years, our society has become more polarized than ever before. In many respects, this has to do with the internet and the echo chamber it has created, gradually moving […]

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