Shedding light on the issues of labels, found in chapter eleven, prompts a mass awaking that describes people‘s struggles in their perseverance. Students with this personal struggle know they are not in the “same league” and respond in different, but usually negative, ways (276). The label competence serves as a loaded gun to struggling students, and these classifications of incompetence are in the barrels. When they are classified and sent on an academic or vocation track, experiences and life courses change. No one trains with light weights in a heavy weight match. Haswell identifies these labels individually, and notes their behavior or fault in test taking that differ from successful students: lack of confidence to the fear of writing. This serves students as a learning disability and, at an early age, they acquire negative capabilities that are mixed, and are further mixed with positive capabilities” (278.)