Responding to Assumptions About Culture

If your child's classmates — or even adults around you — make unfair assumptions about your child's culture based on her skin color, it can be hard to keep your cool.

Children may be making assumptions about culture in your child's classroom

Children at my daughter’s school assume she speaks Spanish, even though she was raised in an English-speaking family. What can we do?

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