Color Your World: Black
If only. If only seminars and politically correct talk and the best intentions could change hearts. Not that intentions and hope aren’t important, but test scores and graduation rates are still racially predictable across this country. As are incarcerations and segregated neighborhoods and white privilege. But, on a brighter note, I still know that teachers can make a difference. We can do our best for ALL kids. Don’t be “colorblind!” We can delight in the brilliant colors of all our kiddos.