It's time to close the instructional gap.
In many diverse public schools in America, the lowest-performing students are black boys, and most of their teachers are white women. These dedicated, talented educators work hard for all their students, but they're not bridging the gap. Facing issues of race and privilege with a clear, compassionate gaze, this book helps teachers illuminate blind spots, overcome unintentional bias, and reach the students who need them the most. Features include: