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It’s the most anticipated book release in recent memory, from critically acclaimed & highly controversial educational diagnostician, Dr. Umar Johnson. The “Psycho-Academic Holocaust: The Special Education & ADHD Wars Against Black Boys” is going to educate the community regarding the specific tactics used to marginalize African-American boys via learning disability and dis It’s the most anticipated book release in recent memory, from critically acclaimed & highly controversial educational diagnostician, Dr. Umar Johnson. The “Psycho-Academic Holocaust: The Special Education & ADHD Wars Against Black Boys” is going to educate the community regarding the specific tactics used to marginalize African-American boys via learning disability and disruptive behavior disorder diagnoses. Many of the questions that the community has been asking for the past 38 years, since the federal government approved PL-94-142 “The Education for All Handicapped Children Act” in 1975, will be answered by Dr. Umar, candidly and honestly. Devoid of much of the technical jargon that so many “experts” use when discussing the plight of Black boys, Dr.Umar will give articulate, but very direct, answers to help you master the mis-education machine. Why are so many of our boys prescribed dangerous psychotropic medications? Why are so many of our boys diagnosed with mild mental retardation? Most importantly, what can be done about this epidemic?


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It’s the most anticipated book release in recent memory, from critically acclaimed & highly controversial educational diagnostician, Dr. Umar Johnson. The “Psycho-Academic Holocaust: The Special Education & ADHD Wars Against Black Boys” is going to educate the community regarding the specific tactics used to marginalize African-American boys via learning disability and dis It’s the most anticipated book release in recent memory, from critically acclaimed & highly controversial educational diagnostician, Dr. Umar Johnson. The “Psycho-Academic Holocaust: The Special Education & ADHD Wars Against Black Boys” is going to educate the community regarding the specific tactics used to marginalize African-American boys via learning disability and disruptive behavior disorder diagnoses. Many of the questions that the community has been asking for the past 38 years, since the federal government approved PL-94-142 “The Education for All Handicapped Children Act” in 1975, will be answered by Dr. Umar, candidly and honestly. Devoid of much of the technical jargon that so many “experts” use when discussing the plight of Black boys, Dr.Umar will give articulate, but very direct, answers to help you master the mis-education machine. Why are so many of our boys prescribed dangerous psychotropic medications? Why are so many of our boys diagnosed with mild mental retardation? Most importantly, what can be done about this epidemic?

30 review for Psycho-Academic Holocaust: The Special Education & ADHD Wars Against Black Boys

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jeff Johnson

    Must read for parents of young black males

  2. 5 out of 5

    Keisha Williams

    This book was not suggested to me in the traditional manner, it is not listed on any list or won any awards but it is one of the best books that I have read regarding special education and black boys. The book was a true account of special education and how to navigate public education. The book is a good how-to guide. It provided examples of scenarios and highlighted what a parent should do should a parent disagree with the school or if special education services are not provided. The book takes This book was not suggested to me in the traditional manner, it is not listed on any list or won any awards but it is one of the best books that I have read regarding special education and black boys. The book was a true account of special education and how to navigate public education. The book is a good how-to guide. It provided examples of scenarios and highlighted what a parent should do should a parent disagree with the school or if special education services are not provided. The book takes a deep look at the climate and culture of special education. The book is independently published. I liked how the book was categorized, it takes parents thru the process of special education from referral to IEP to annual IEP, to the evaluation process, it also includes how to request an independent evaluation. There was also a section on behavior modification without the use of medication. I enjoyed this book and highly recommend it to black parents all across America.

  3. 4 out of 5

    SHA-KIM A-GOD ADAMS

    Great book for understanding the dynamics of what's taking place and the syndrome so-called theoretical application that stamp upon the mindset of blacks. In all wonderful book! Great book for understanding the dynamics of what's taking place and the syndrome so-called theoretical application that stamp upon the mindset of blacks. In all wonderful book!

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