Test Be Gone By: Julian Harris

Low income neighborhoods and schools compared to wealthy neighborhoods and schools.

Wealthy neighborhoods that have better schools for college preparedness

Schools in wealthy neighborhoods prepare students for college better than low-income neighborhood schools.

Low-income neighborhoods lack schools for college preparedness.

Schools in low-income neighborhoods do not prepare students enough for college.

Minorities and low-income students Lack the finances necessary for tutoring and multiple SAT attempts.

Liberty University Admissions department

Many minority and low-income students lack preschool preparedness and therefore have a learning gap before Kindergarden.

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