In the recent years, studies have noted a shift towards more home schooling trends by the black Americans (Taylor, and Jackson 65). Indeed, it has been noted that the performance of these kind of children has been remarkable in both writing and mathematics as compared to the children in schools. In addition to being offered quality education, these children teaches about their culture, and grow up appreciating their roots and origins. On this platform, their parents teach them their self worth and build their personality; qualities that help them overcome the effects of negative racial influences in their lives (Taylor, and Jackson 68).
It is plausible to assume that many black children in modern schools and colleges learn in an environment driven by the racial mentality, are bullied and harassed in many extents. In the recent past, most black parents have embarked on challenging their children to go past the negative perceptions of their peers to help their children overcome the challenges (Owens, and Settersten 101). They have focused towards retracing their ancestry, and teaching their children the values that influenced their ancestors to live in harmony. Most black parents focus on teaching their children quality lessons of their black origin, as the key towards celebrating their achievements and having a glimpse of their worth beyond any negative influences.
The lives of many notable black people in history have been vital addresses used by parents to challenge their children to be great and dream their ways to destiny (Hill 43). Despite the negative racist tendencies, it is plausible to note that most black children in schools are able to identify with people like Martin Jr. and Malcolm X who despite of criticism rose to become notable figures in history. Many African American parents teach their children to be proud of the achievements of the notable people, as