As a black, female, no-nonsense middle school teacher, dating back to the if I would “talk” to a black boy who was “acting out” or a black girl who “needed a.
White teachers of Black students, I explore how these well-intentioned teachers may She calls me “gringa,” which is like a White girl. they all think it's kind of.
for white males than for blacks.) Teachers' perceptions of students are presumed to be the factors determining the quality of teacher/student.