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Why do people go to school?

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People attend to school to get a basic academic education which allows them to get jobs, and also to learn their basic rights and how to use them. Children attend school to learn a basic degree of literacy in core academic subjects, such as reading and math. But, the value of education transcends classroom learning; it teaches students to interact with one another in a manner that ideally results in tolerance, respect and community building.

Having a solid education allows people to make important choices that affect their personal lives as well as the lives of family members and others around them. People can use the education they receive to in turn help others, which may reduce poverty and increase safety levels.


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