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31 March, 11:52

What affected the courses offered at colleges and universities created for

African Americans?

A. Many students did not have the money to pay for books.

B. Many students had to earn a living while they attended school.

C. Many students did not have the opportunity for a formal elementary education.

D. Many students were accepted by older schools attended by whites

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  1. 31 March, 12:53
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    Option: C. Many students did not have the opportunity for a formal elementary education.

    Explanation:

    African Americans in America before the Civil War were not allowed to have any education as they were part of slavery in society. African Americans got rights during the Reconstruction period as they become free. They had fewer opportunities for learning. In the South, they separated through segregation. Separate schools built for African Americans with no proper facilities. The lack of elementary knowledge affected their education. The courses offered at colleges and universities not accomplished by African American as it became tough for them to enrol for higher studies.
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