New York, NY (PRWEB) January 03, 2013
In a very recent post in Hiphop Republican, Brandon Brice talked about the political influence in American urban education system. In a very recent post in Hiphop Republican, Brandon Brice talked about the political influence in American urban education system. Hiphop Republican is now become a very talked about site to the black Americans for discussing socio political issues. Though the site is focused on giving black republican leaders a place to express their views freely, it covers some very serious socio-political issues. Brandon Brice is one of the most active writers of this site. In this article he projects the current urban education system loopholes.
In this post, we find that, he is analyzing the influence of politics in urban American education system. He also states some alternative way to reform this system. One can gather some very nice stunning information from his post.
About Brandon Brice:
Brandon Brice is known for his enthusiasm, ingeniousness and command in the conservative politics. He owes all his fame and success to his parents who have inspired him and imbibed education, hard work and dedicated services into him.
When it comes to describing his qualifications, one has to take a breath and give a start. Brandon Brice has earned the Bachelor’s degree in International Business Management from Howard University followed with a MS in Global Affairs from the School of International and Public Affairs, University of Columbia. He interned in the Office of Honorable J. Dennis Hastert, the former Speaker of the House of United States and also in the Department of Disarmament Affairs of the United Nation.
Starting his career with the fellowship with the National Urban League in New York, he went a long way because of his genuine and determined mind. He served as the former Judicial Delegate of the New York Republican and the member of the New York State Committee for the 70th Assembly District due to his focus and pertinacious nature. He served in Presidential Campaign 2004, worked organizer of the local community in order to advocate for the rights of the senior citizens. Within a span of two years, Brandon was selected as the Director of Education and African-American Affairs under Governor Chris J. Christie of New Jersey.