Antonin Scalia never said that Blacks “should go to slower schools.”
Daniel Rodriguez Herrera

You are right on the Scalia thing. I attended some second level schools and one top level school. I did well at both but I had to work one hell of a lot harder at the top level school and I saw people go down the tubes and drop out (which is expensive) who should never have even been there. They either didn’t have the raw intelligence/background (IQ/SAT scores proper fundamentals) to compete or they were because of circumstances not able to obtain the support (tutoring for example) that was necessary at that level or they had never learned there are times when you just have to dig in and work like hell to make it.

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