attention to all children and offer equal possibilities regardless of financial status. When in younger years of schooling, it would be a good idea to take trips to places that are harder to afford for the less fortunate. This could eliminate the divide of rich and poor and bring a link to conversations of places they have been before. It could also help make a child’s life a little better if they have a chance to do the same things as people with money. This could stop the need for finding something to fill a void. For older students, a solution could be to introduce programs that help to fray from drug abuse. Maybe introducing junior firefighter programs and other areas of study that could possibly seem cool to younger children.
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