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Lathardus Goggins II, Ed.D.
Lathardus Goggins II, Ed.D.
Applied Academic Solutions is a private academic consulting, research and evaluation practice. AAS's mission is to help students, parents, schools, nonprofit organizations and public sector clients to: (1) better understand and realize goals; (2) measure and document success; and (3) communicate their results/outcomes.
I am a member of several professional and civic organizations. Each year, I participate and present at a variety of webinars and conferences to stay up to date with the best practices in education. I have been a professional educator for the past 32 years. [For more about my experiences - click here]
I received my bachelor's degree in geography, my master's degree in cultural foundations in education, earned my doctorate in educational foundations & leadership. My passion, advocacy, and scholarship is focused on the impact of identity development of academic achievement. [For more about me - click here]
I offer a complimentary one-hour service to go over your professional learning needs. After this initial consultation, I will follow up with you to recommend appropriate services for your needs.
I am available on an hourly basis to give organizations and individuals advice about asking the right questions and creating a practical solution for growth/success.
I offer a suite of services that includes evaluating programs, providing professional developments, and facilitating on-going learning communities.
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As district leaders and educators have been force to "at least" rethink education delivery, there is the opportunity to re-imagine education itself. In 2020, we have an opportunity to create an education system that: (1) values the human being; (2) is committed to the development of the human being; and (3) engages the full potential of the human being.
The foundation for learning and engaging students, parents, educators, and the community is SEL. While many districts have committed to addressing SEL development of its students, all too often the practice of SEL has devolved into “fixing” children (particularly black and brown students). The Black Child & SEL explicitly addresses the five SEL core competencies as levers for fostering equitable environments in support of all students.
Links to resources used for the course.... "this seminar will critically examine the social and emotional effects of racism on the academic, occupational, cultural and relational well being of African-American males."
A comprehensive list of links to Africana cultural resources (websites, lesson plans, and videos).
The CACRoP is a growing community of practitioners, facilitators, scholars, parents, and activist committed to the advocation, study, development, and practice of an African-centered rites of passage process. The coalition is open to anyone who advocates for African-centered rites of passage as the fundamental process by which an authentic African sense of self is developed.
Links to books and articles by Lathardus Goggins II, Ed.D.
I understand that each organization's situation and needs are unique to them. Tell me more about what you're looking for, and I will get back to you soon with some ideas.
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