Your Children Need You
to Advocate for their Fair
and Appropriate Education!

Beyond Mis-Education
shows you what should help,
what probably won't help,
and how to find real help.

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within the United States.



Shares a Highly Gifted Black Student's Story:

Read how he escaped the soul-crushing public schools

that intellectually neglected and emotionally abused him, falsely suggesting he had an ADHD disability and needed

Special Education. His story might seem unbelievable, except that everything is documented in the book for all to see.

With homeschool, he started college at 14.

After taking time off from school for an entrepreneurial pursuit, he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science,

graduating with high honors, Magna Cum Laude.

This book is meant to encourage parents 

to fight to keep their children, gifted or not, out of

an unjustified Special Education placement

and out of the school-to-prison pipeline.




Discusses the following:


​Did you know there is no medical test for ADHD! Do we have to give our children toxic drugs for a diagnosis based on someone's subjective opinion? See information from professional highly qualified sources in Beyond Mis-Education.


"Age-Appropriate" Class Placement


Age-appropriate classes move much too slowly for highly and profoundly gifted students. How do you defend your gifted child against false behavior labels and learning disability labels when your child is just bored to death? See how one mother refused to give up in Beyond Mis-Education.


Teacher Bias and Special Education

Is implicit bias in teachers really implicit, or is it conscious and deliberate? How does teacher bias hurt Black students? Is it prevalent in public schools? Is the school-to-prison pipeline real? Do parents have rights and options for their children's education? Beyond Mis-Education exposes teacher/school bias operating in full effect starting in kindergarten/1st grade.


Parent Advocacy


Do you ever wonder, "Why does my child hate school when I know he loves to learn?" Does your gifted child hate school because of ostracism or boredom? Does your Black child hate school because of teacher bias? (Kids can tell.) Is your child struggling with both black skin and giftedness working against him in public school? Beyond Mis-Education discusses advocating through the "proper channels" from teachers all the way to the U.S. Department of Education.


The plight of Black male children in America's public schools has not diminished over time; the methods used to destroy them have merely been given new labels and procedures.


As for the highy and profoundly gifted child, public schools will say this bored and disinterested child is underachieving, when in fact he's being set up to nonachieve since he's already very advanced beyond the age-appropriate grade he's confined to.

These two groups of students are the most underserved and educationally suppressed students in public schools. They need parents to stand up for them.


Mom...Dad...if you're wondering how to stand between your child and false behavior labels, false learning disability labels, excessive punishments for minor offenses, and a future where odds are high that he'll end up in prison one day, Beyond Mis-Education can help.


By the way, we do not have a stronger advocate for Black children's education than

Dr. Umar Johnson. His YouTube videos and books are eye-opening and empowering. 


The following track, "Sabotage", speaks about the unfortunate extremes in educational disparities and mis-education that many Black children are faced with, but disparities and mis-education are perpetrated on Black children in "good" schools too...

SABOTAGEby Jitu Tha Jugganot

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"Your book gave me strength." 

~ Tion Langley, Parent

"Thank you my Sista for a truly necessary and inspiring work!" 

~ Jack Burnett

ManUp! teacher

Your book is badly needed by parents and the public in general who don't realize that public schools can and do mistreat and miseducate children for their own convenience and personal biases.

~ Richard Huntly

Author, Public Speaker

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DISCLAIMER: This website does not offer legal advice, nor does the book. Both share information and encourage parent advocacy. No liability is assumed for the results of actions readers may take based on the information given. Consult a lawyer if legal advice is needed.