Schools, prisons and hospitals are similarly built. When I attended school, it was fun. Those days are long gone. Uniforms are the dress for today through elementary 1st through 8th. Strictness is the rule of the day and when African children stray in any way, they are criminalized. My g-grand is slow as a turtle. She get to school on time, stops in the cafeteria in the morning and gets to her class late. Next thing you know, I receive a letter from the school regarding her tardiness. All I can do is reprimand her, it's her responsibility to get her butt in gear or suffer the consequences. When Africans in America open 1,000 or more schools, with African teachers, I'll make sure my kids attend. Until that time, I'm (you know).