This is a self-help book on how one can navigate through the unfair educational systems in America and succeed. Because schools continue to be segregated across the states, minority students lack the information needed to obtain the knowledge available for academic success and therefore remain underachieved. This problem has helped perpetuate a cycle of poverty and illiteracy in many Black and Latino families, most notably. To help put an end to the problem of failing schools in poverty-stricken neighborhoods around the country, this book gives clear instructions to students and parents alike. A variety of topics are covered: from admission into schools to how one can study to get exceptional grades and obtain one's desired career.
The 13-Steps Fail-Proof Study Plan that the author created and expounds upon in the book can help students in any educational level improve their test scores. As an added bonus, using the methodology, students can predict their grades based on the amount of studying and reviewing they complete. Having been subjected to the destructive effects of attending underfunded schools, the author, Nicolette Piaubert, knows first hand the struggle and shame that underachieving students go through. Luckily she did not allow the problems she faced to deter her from her dream of making a difference in the lives of others. Several chapters in this book start off with captivating stories of her own experience as a student in said schools and how she overcame. These stories are intriguing, to say the least, and the lessons are inspiring beyond words. The author's favorite quote was noted to be, "it is not your fault if you were not taught, but it is your fault if you never learn." This book is not only informational, but it is fun to read. More importantly, it can very well be just the cure the American school system has been waiting for.
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