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Inspiring! Man Written off over Poor Grades becomes 1st US’ Black District Attorney

by Anjorin Dare

Competency and Performance are quite two different things. One may graduate with good grades but may not be able to apply the acquired knowledge to the chosen field. Develop yourself to fit in for an employer’s demand, because your certificate will be tested through your performance

An inspiring story of a man who was written off over poor grades has been trending on social media as he becomes the first black District Attorney in the United States of America.

Inspiring! Man Written off over Poor Grades becomes 1st US' Black District Attorney

Inspiring! Man Written off over Poor Grades becomes 1st US’ Black District Attorney

The young man and father of three daughters has proven that even though going to school is important, turning out successful is key.

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According to his daughter, Quuen Brian Middleton, her dad had a G.P.A of 1.9 in high school and was told he wouldn’t be anything especially with those kinds of grades, however, he soon became an attorney. Afterward, he was told that he couldn’t be district attorney because he is a “Black” man but now he has been elected as Fort Bend’s first black District Attorney in the U.S

Her post on social media sparked a conversation on social media platforms as different online users recount on how their teachers in school told them they would amount to nothing, crushing their self-esteem over low grades.

 

 

 

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