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By Angel L. Harris

little ones Don’t are looking to Fail makes use of empirical facts to refute the commonly approved speculation that the black-white fulfillment hole in secondary colleges is because of a cultural resistance to education within the black group. the writer reveals that insufficient common tuition preparation—not unfavourable attitude—accounts for black scholars’ underperformance.

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