You know…I wonder how many people thought this teacher was “playing the race card” or just “looking for a check” when she brought this issue up? Much respect to her for standing up!
Actually, I think the students have learned a lot during their years in the government’s school. They said it was a mistake.
Therefore, it was something they really didn’t mean to do, it “just happened”.
Sounds like evolution and the big bang doesn’t it?
By random chance, they were in the right place, at the right time, got in the right order,…
Yep, graduate those ladies with honors!
But, why do I love Homeschooling?
Because this is required reading and not Huckleberry Finn, Romeo and Juliet, Oliver Twist, etc…and we can have lecture while walking on a beautiful January day. American History, English, Sociology and Physical Education all rolled up nice, neat and POWERFUL.
Thankfully, the teacher seems to have read the pages of Carter G. Woodson’s timeless classic.
Sadly, the students nor their parents have done the same.
Now, I must ask, would your kids pose in such a photo with their friends…and are you sure about the answer?
P.S. – Tell Stacey Dash to check it out as well so she’ll see why he created Black History Month.
what a sad bunch of girls and their representing families. Makes me sick and discouraged to read something like that.
Hope you and the family are well, Dev!
On Sun, Jan 24, 2016 at 3:28 PM, CornerstoneDad wrote:
> Cool Pappa posted: ” You know…I wonder how many people thought this > teacher was “playing the race card” or just “looking for a check” when she > brought this issue up? Much respect to her for standing up! > http://www.azfamily.com/story/31041472/former-teacher-responds” >
Thanks for the comment and you’re so right. You bring up a good point that kids need to remember that their behavior not only reflects them, but the entire home as well.