Earlier this week, I participated in “Principal for a Day,” an
initiative through the Dallas Independent School District that brings community
leaders into schools across the district. The program hopes to raise
awareness of the strengths and challenges our local schools face. It also allows community
members, like myself, to make sure that Dallas has a quality public education
for all students.
As I walked through classrooms, I was struck by a student’s
work highlighted on a bulletin board. It made me laugh out loud.