Just like the rest of the schools in Arkansas, Murrell Taylor Elementary School is composed of learners from diverse socio-economic and cultural backgrounds. It has learners from the native white and the immigrant black and Asian decency. Each of them hails from families with different cultural beliefs. Thus, when they are brought to learn in a similar environment, it might be challenging to accommodate all of them. However, the management of this school has come up with measures, in line with the Department of Education, to ensure that they are effectively accommodated. Their cultural diversities have not been used as a divisive factor. Instead, it has been used as a basis for promoting equality in the classrooms (Banks, 2005).