The events of the last few weeks have led to the largest public outpouring of anti-racism that I can recall. I’ve received a large number of messages/comments and my social media posts are now being shared on a scale that dwarfs anything I have done since I started posting in 2008. Racism is bad. We all seem to agree on that.
Yet, when this moment of revolutionary fervour will pass, and it will, what will be left? We will, as educators and school leaders be able to point to substantive and tangible things that have changed as a result of this historic moment?