Ama rejects pathology accreditation inquiry: ‘The investigation did not take the proper place’
“It’s really a slap in the face to this administration,” she says. “We know the system works, it just is not functioning for the students now.”
But for those students who can’t afford private schooling, the only options available are public and charter schools, where there is little accountability. They are understaffed, poorly paid and 카지노 사이트often run by questionable parents and administrators.
Ruth has already dropped out of the university, a move that has put her out of money to help pay for her son’s education. Her husband, who has no education, has to work two jobs to help with the bills.
“As a black woman who wants to pursue a degree, I need it to happen,” she says.
Ama was already paying two loans카지노 사이트, one of them, for $300, to the University of California, San Diego to attend a graduate program in health education, but has since been put on a scholarship to attend another.
“It’s not fair,” she says.
For now, she still has her family on standby. She plans to work late nights to help her son navigate the university’s challenging admission requirements.
In addition to helping other students, she is also using her platform at the school to spread her message. To her, raising awareness is key, especially when it comes to 바카라racial oppression and institutionalized racism.
“A lot of us feel like we need to tell more stories or something to try and take that next step,” she says. “Because even if you do that well, there are people out there, some of them you may not even know.”
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