According to commonsense a “good” student conforms to society’s idea of “good.” They speak when called upon, they work diligently, and they hand their assignment in complete and on time. These are the commonsense’s that our society has formed. By this definition middle/ higher class students are privileged. They are raised so that they can conform to this definition and it is easier for them to fit the definition because they can relate better to the teacher. A student who is not from the same class as their teacher may have a harder time relating, therefore it is harder for them to fit into the “good” students definition. In regards to this definition it would be hard to see how some students may struggle in school. The students who do not fit into the same class as their teacher will never succeed in relation to that definition and students who are from the same social class as their educator will continue to excel in school.