Engaging in constructive discourse is perhaps one of the best ways to fully dissect a societal issue in the hopes of transforming it from what it is into what it could become. In Lisa Delpit’s 2006 version of “Other People’s Children” she does a remarkable job of leading the reader to the importance of developing the character of children. As a minority parent and educator who struggled with supporting her children amid the challenges they faced in institutionalized educational settings, the author confronts the realities of what many children still face today, as they attempt to assimilate to an environment so foreign from their home environment.
"Understanding “Other People’s Children” Through 21st Century Lens,"
Journal of Research Initiatives: Vol. 3
, Article 5.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.uncfsu.edu/jri/vol3/iss3/5
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