While on a Friends Seminary Global Education trip to India, we participated in the “posh project” at the primary school in Kodi Bengre. The project consisted of beautifying the school so local parents would be encouraged to send their kids there instead of another school outside of the town. During our day helping out at the school, we painted the walls of the school, as well as supervised the kids while they helped out painting. Some participated more than others, a few kids were happy just to paint their own arms rather than the school. Interacting with the kids demonstrated to me just how much privilege we have to attend a private school in New York City.