Today my committee
will hunker into a tiny room,
huddled around a microscopic SKYPE camera,
to interview 6 people from around the country.
I'm an interloper on the committee.
It is not my department.
So I've been assigned a question to ask.
The card reads - and I must say it
exactly as it is written -
"How would you say you've fostered
and supported cultural and racial diversity
in your classroom?"
Q: What should I be listening for
in the answers?
How will I know if the answer my surely
surprised and nervous subjects
is good, bad, authentic, or otherwise?