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students get lower grades in math because they are not asian

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School uniforms do help students grades only if you wear it and if you don't you'll get detention which will lower your grade and will go in your files

Students need notebooks, folders, pencils and/or pens, erasers, compasses and protractors for math classes in fourth or fifth grade and higher grades, crayons for children in the lower grades, a pencil box to keep those items in, possibly a backpack to carry their books in (if allowed by the school), etc.

Teachers do not "give" students failing grades; students "earn" failing grades. Teachers only record the grades students get on homework, quizzes, tests, etc.

Allegheny's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT Math Scores are 560-650, meaning 25% of students scored 560 or lower on the Math portion of the SAT, and 75% of students scored 650 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 650 or higher).

Amherst's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT Math Scores are 660-770, meaning 25% of students scored 660 or lower on the Math portion of the SAT, and 75% of students scored 770 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 770 or higher).

Annapolis's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT Math Scores are 600-700, meaning 25% of students scored 600 or lower on the Math portion of the SAT, and 75% of students scored 700 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 700 or higher).

Babson's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT Math Scores are 610-710, meaning 25% of students scored 610 or lower on the Math portion of the SAT, and 75% of students scored 710 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 710 or higher).

Barnard's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT Math Scores are 620-710, meaning 25% of students scored 620 or lower on the Math portion of the SAT, and 75% of students scored 710 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 710 or higher).

Baylor's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT Math Scores are 570-670, meaning 25% of students scored 570 or lower on the Math portion of the SAT, and 75% of students scored 670 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 670 or higher).

Berkeley's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT Math Scores are 650-770, meaning 25% of students scored 650 or lower on the Math portion of the SAT, and 75% of students scored 770 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 770 or higher).

Binghamton's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT Math Scores are 620-710, meaning 25% of students scored 620 or lower on the Math portion of the SAT, and 75% of students scored 710 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 710 or higher).

Brandeis's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT Math Scores are 620-740, meaning 25% of students scored 620 or lower on the Math portion of the SAT, and 75% of students scored 740 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 740 or higher).

Bucknell's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT Math Scores are 620-720, meaning 25% of students scored 620 or lower on the Math portion of the SAT, and 75% of students scored 720 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 720 or higher).

Caltech's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT Math Scores are 760-800, meaning 25% of students scored 760 or lower on the Math portion of the SAT, and 75% of students scored 800 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 800 or higher).

Colgate's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT Math Scores are 640-720, meaning 25% of students scored 640 or lower on the Math portion of the SAT, and 75% of students scored 720 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 720 or higher).

Columbia's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT Math Scores are 700-790, meaning 25% of students scored 700 or lower on the Math portion of the SAT, and 75% of students scored 790 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 790 or higher).

Cornell's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT Math Scores are 670-780, meaning 25% of students scored 670 or lower on the Math portion of the SAT, and 75% of students scored 780 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 780 or higher).

Denison's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT Math Scores are 600-680, meaning 25% of students scored 600 or lower on the Math portion of the SAT, and 75% of students scored 680 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 680 or higher).

Dickinson's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT Math Scores are 600-690, meaning 25% of students scored 600 or lower on the Math portion of the SAT, and 75% of students scored 690 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 690 or higher).

Eckerd's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT Math Scores are 500-610, meaning 25% of students scored 500 or lower on the Math portion of the SAT, and 75% of students scored 610 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 610 or higher).

Flagler's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT Math Scores are 520-580, meaning 25% of students scored 520 or lower on the Math portion of the SAT, and 75% of students scored 580 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 580 or higher).

Gettysburg's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT Math Scores are 610-670, meaning 25% of students scored 610 or lower on the Math portion of the SAT, and 75% of students scored 670 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 670 or higher).

Hamilton's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT Math Scores are 650-740, meaning 25% of students scored 650 or lower on the Math portion of the SAT, and 75% of students scored 740 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 740 or higher).

Harvard's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT Math Scores are 710-790, meaning 25% of students scored 710 or lower on the Math portion of the SAT, and 75% of students scored 790 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 790 or higher).

Haverford's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT Math Scores are 660-760, meaning 25% of students scored 660 or lower on the Math portion of the SAT, and 75% of students scored 760 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 760 or higher).