EP 31 - American Schools
A lot of American School Students are very privileged and sometimes, I think some take it for granted. We have some very great schools in Africa, but a majority of the schools, especially those funded by the government; aren’t the best.
So you can imagine my shock when I heard that some students in this First World Country complained about ‘their rights being violated, and the school authorities not caring about them’ because their SODAS had been reduced, and they were given more vegetables at their FREE lunch.
Sometimes people need to see what others are going through in other parts of the world so that they can value where they are and the privileges they have.
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