I'd argue that there are two major problems with society in general: 1. We say discrimination is bad, but human society is based on caste systems. 2. We say that self-esteem is needed but pride is bad. So I'd argue 1. That we need to accept a certain level of elitism in order to remain sane and work within the system to be successful. (Choose what caste you want to be a part of and work at it - including choice of schools and work required to climb there or fall into it.) 2. Applaud schools that maintain a high standard based on their moral code. (Ultimately, the only thing that creates social change is groups of people deciding to change. In the system that exists those groups are schools, political parties, corporate blocks and communities) So I'd applaud SJU even if I don't understand their logic.