Posts tagged: Dr. Donna Y. Ford - Diverse

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When Inhumanity ‘Trumps’ a Fundamental Basic Need to Live and Learn

by | March 7, 2020 Far too many families live in food deserts – low income communities, more than a mile from a Read more

Supporting Black Students When They are Further Traumatized in School

by | February 23, 2020
There is no question that student trauma is on the rise and some school professionals are part [...] Read more

The Power and Problems of Language When Used by Leaders with Power and Privilege

by Donna Y. Ford | December 16, 2019
I am beyond outraged when Purdue President Mitchell E. Daniels Jr. (or anyone for that matter) [...] Read more

New Research Journal Focuses on Gifted and High-Achieving Minority Groups

by | September 30, 2019
A newly launched peer-review journal is scheduled to publish in Spring 2020 and will examine ac [...] Read more

OSU’s College of Education is Making Diverse Faculty Hiring a Top Priority

by | June 3, 2019
The Ohio State University’s College of Education and Human Ecology has recruited some of the [...] Read more

Academics, Experts Share Diversity Dreams for 2019

| January 2, 2019
With 2018 in the rearview mirror and 2019 in the windshield, Diverse asked some academics and o [...] Read more

A Passionate Advocate for Gifted and Special Education Equity

| September 25, 2018
Dr. Donna Y. Ford did it for her son. She was single and 18 when she gave birth to Khyle, and h [...] Read more

Foundation Offers Recent Graduates $5,000 to Move to Ohio City

by | March 1, 2018
Earlier this week, the city council of Hamilton, Ohio unanimously endorsed a plan that will off [...] Read more

How Gifted Education Fuels Injustices

by Donna Y. Ford | January 22, 2016
Black students represent 19% of the public schools population but only 10% of gifted programs. [...] Read more

Study on Black, Hispanic Children in Special Ed Wrong, Regressive

by Donna Y. Ford and Ivory A. Toldson | July 5, 2015
An op-ed by Paul L. Morgan and George Farks claimed that “black children are underrepresented [...] Read more