Hi fellow teachers! For one of my graduate classes I am writing a mock grant. I am writing about implicit bias in classrooms and how some teachers unintentionally hold this bias in the classroom regarding student's socioeconomic status and how much teachers see their students as eager to learn or discouraged from learning just by their work done outside of the classroom. My research throughout the semester has been related to this subject matter and I am now finalizing it all into one grant. My goal in my grant is to create programs for teachers and future teachers like me, programs to teach us how to provide sufficient resources inside the classroom and to create an even playing ground for all students. Research shows the success of students is directly correlated with how teachers perceive them inside the class. (I hope all this makes sense and I can clarify if needed) I was wondering if current teachers can provide me information on what they do inside their classrooms that help all students and whether or not implicit bias is real.