Kim Kardashian West says that when she is involved in higher education she would not use her reputation or significant resources for the benefit of her children.
In an interview on Saturday, the reality star says that she would not benefit her three children because it is not good for them or anyone else, referring to the college's bribery scandal which was implemented by many wealthy parents. Actors Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin are among the actors who have applied the admissions system to bring their children into selected colleges.
"If they couldn't go into school, I'd never have used a privilege to try to put them in a situation that would not be successful in any way … that's not appropriate," she said on Van Jones Show , "in a circle got E! News.
Kardashian West continued to have other important values.
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"I want my children to be kind, I want them to be as established as possible. … To make your way into something, no one would have any interest."
Kardashian West is providing an example for her children, aged between 1 and 5 years (she looks forward to her fourth), on what is meant by setting and pursuing goals. The 38-year-old mom announced that she intends to become a lawyer.
Instead of going to law school, Kardashian West has started a four-year apprenticeship with a law firm in San Francisco and will build the bar in 2022, she told Vogue.
Some states allow a person to become a lawyer through an apprenticeship with a practicing solicitor or a judge instead of going through the college and obtaining a law degree. Kardashian West made the decision after releasing Alice Marie Johnson from life behind the bars.
"I have my backpack, they have their backpack. They're studying, I'm studying," she told CNN. "… I hope they will be inspired to do the hard work."