This topic makes me think when will we finally get our underprivileged kids off the streets and into school? Also, does our education system not have enough schools to harbor (and then teach) all the kids? What should the government of our country do about it?
Here in Recife, you can see hordes of so-called underprivileged kids on the streets attempting to wash other people's windshields for small sums. Have you ever caught underprivileged kids doing the same in your town? Some or a part of these kids become violent, street-violent, and rob--and sometimes kill--people.
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