U of M program teaches future teachers to embrace diversity by Michigan Radio published on 2013/05/29 17:41:15 +0000 Classrooms are becoming more diverse, with Black and Latino students filling up more seats than ever before. But across the country, for the most part, teachers are still white, middle class and female. So how do teachers navigate that divide? Welcome to The Rounds Project at the University of Michigan. It officially began in 2008 and is required for all undergrad students who want to be future high school teachers. The teachers-to-be are called “interns” and they go on “rotations” – a lot like medical school training.