Tolerance: Be involved in diversified groups

Encourage your child and provide opportunities for your child to have contact and get to know individuals of different races, religions, cultures, genders, abilities, and beliefs.  This may be in school, after school, or even in programs like summer camps.  As you display an openness to a range of diversity, your child can imitate your respect for differences.


Young students

Tolerance means: “Even though we’re different, we can all get along!”

Older students, teens, adults:

Tolerance means: An attitude of openness and respect for the differences that exist among people.