How the Government Can Ensure That The Children of the Poor Get an Education

It is in the interest of the government to ensure that the children of the poor get an education. That is because, sincerely speaking, uneducated members of the population can be (in the eyes of the elites) a social liability. They are likely to be more vulnerable to crime, more vulnerable to poverty, and more resistant to population control. And if you venture into any common point of access to social services, chances are that these are bound to be the majority of people there: on account of their lack of education, which then predisposes them to poverty.

One way in which the government can ensure that the children of the poor get an education is by establishing schools where education is accessible free of charge.

Another way in which the government can ensure that the children of the poor get an education is by giving vouchers through which the children of the poor can access subsidized education. These can work along the same lines as food stamps.

Yet another way in which the government can ensure that the children of the poor get an education is by coming up with a law that makes it mandatory for children to be taken to school. Before doing this though, the poor have to empowered to actually take the children to school: otherwise accusations of injustice would come up.

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