IN A CITY THAT STRUGGLES WITH DIVERSITY, WE DEFINE IT.
We believe it is fundamental to our children’s education to break down the barriers of taboo subjects – our differences – and talk about them. Nothing is politely swept under the table.
Conversations and questions about skin color, ethnic and economic diversity, gender, race, religion, and culture take place every day in the classroom. It’s more than multicultural competency in a global economy. It’s about leading the dialogue about how we can come together to a more peaceful, understanding place.