Black Lives Matter
We fully believe in the power of imagery and language and how they impact learners. We feel this urgent opportunity to drive positive change. With that change, we know that our program must present visual content that reflects a culture supporting BIPOC students, teachers and families, and we commit to continued improvements in our program. To this end, we have removed the ‘time robbers’ and ‘jail’ component from our curriculum and presentations. In addition, we have removed those materials from our product line. We have already begun to change more thoughtful language/labels to describe the distractions students experience and the impact their time management skills. The visuals and products that we create will be more inclusive and supportive.