…qual educational opportunities, as long as the schools did not blatantly deny access based on race. Since then, school districts weaponized zip codes to hurt Black students and their families. To them, cookies on the floor are equal to those untainted ones left on the counter. They found a way to acknowledge the ills of racism without condemning racial inequality, a nuanced …
This story reminds me of my former work in school districts.
I can't get over my experienced in two zip codes in the same county. I worked in the two school districts and it was like day and night.
Students in both school district had the same humans' needs, but different home situation, teachers, and building.
Black students learn more and do well when they have Black teachers and administrators. I hope this happen soon.
I appreciate you and your work. Thanks!