In my view, you can peel that onion back one more layer and lay the blame on the crappy conditions…
Kady M.

Yes, absolutely. To me, the problems in public schools in low-income neighborhoods are an integral part of black poverty. It requires a Herculean effort for a student to go through a school like some of the ones in majority black neighborhoods here in New York and emerge successful.

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