White racism is more an excuse for black failure than an explanation of performance differences. And even it it were the other way around lowering the bar to allow someone to have something their performance did not merit is the the solution. The only solution is the raise the performance of blacks who did not make the cut. Otherwise if you accept lower scores because of their disadvantage you lower standards for everyone and don't resolve the problem. Perhaps you should read a couple of books which may run contrary to what you want to believe, Paved with good intentions, the failure of race relations in america and the bell curve would be a start.<quoted text>
Now you've finally hit on the real problem- our educational system.
I've been fighting to change our educational system for decades. As long as public elementary & high schools are funded on real estate taxes, there will be inequities. Poor (overwhelmingly minority) communities are at a distinct disadvantage, stuck with sending their kids to schools which are literally falling down while the rich school district next door builds a $60 million football stadium for their students (Dallas suburb).
It's all tied to generational poverty among minority communities which is largely a result of past & present institutionalized state sponsored discrimination.
Gee, now I wonder why some kids (overwhelmingly minority) are less qualified for college?
A lot more than school funding goes into the success of a student. Much of the problem goes back to the home life, how smart were your parents, do you have two parents in the house. Government can't fix these problems.