Love the book and the author and good read. recommend for anybody in the field of education to read.
Below are examples: - Speaking to children too much results in those kids turning into adults who make meetings run too long.
I agree with the premise of this book, I just don't agree with the writing style of the author and the lack of solutions.
Delpit hit the nail on the head when discussing issues regarding minorities in the classroom. She brought up several points that I would have never considered on my own.Published 2 months ago by nicole taylor
I thought this book was an interesting a read and it is great if you want to dip learning about racism and its effect on education. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jennifer Kace
Excellent text in reference to ignored racial differences and their issues impacting our youth. I an a white teacher who works with only minority students. Read morePublished 6 months ago by David M. Sanderson
How many times have educators made the mistake of deciding the fate of their students based on their limited knowledge, experience and expertise? Too many times. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Lorrie Kloss
There is a moment early in "Multiplication Is for White People" where Delpit perfectly illustrates the problem that many parents feel when interacting with school... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Patrick J. Salem
This book was chosen for us to read in our book club. A definite eye opener; thought provoking courageous conversation.Published 8 months ago by Shelia Holman-Leak
I have often thought about the achievement gap that seems to continue to widen. This book will answer some of those questions as to why this gap exists and what are the possible... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Valerie S Tuck
Another great book from Dr. Delpit. I was especially intrigued by the title and when I read it I understood where it came from. Only a child could come up with something like that. Read morePublished 8 months ago by xhawg52
Vital information. But the heart of the matter is policy, which controls social circumstances faced by our teachers and students daily. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Thalia M. Williams