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But they fell in love at a time when racial tensions were high and interracial dating was uncommon.
The schools in our area have made it a big priority to close the achievement gap."I don't believe it drives the outcome of success," he explains. He aspires to be a school superintendent and motivational speaker one day."I think kids are, and can be, successful no matter what teachers you put in front of them." He is an example of that. The things I learned and what it taught me prepared me well for the work that I do every day." The future educator later earned a 4.0 grade point average in graduate school, made the dean's list and is currently pursuing a Ph. He and Julie are raising their three daughters—Reagan, Rylee and Rayna—to aim high, too, despite any racial obstacles they may face in life."I don't think the teacher population reflects the population of students no matter where you go. The Briggses have done their part in trying to recruit teachers of color to Madison, attending job fairs outside the state to sing the city's praises. "Honestly, I think it's because no one wants to live in the cold," Rainey says.But recruiting more teachers of color is not necessarily the answer, according to Rainey.
As a biracial couple, parents of interracial children and educators, the Briggses have a nuanced perspective on education.