Social Differences Between Matutina And Vespertina

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Social division has always been a problem in our world’s communities. People are divided in groups, by Socio-economic status, race, gender, etc. However, what if two different social groups are made to coexists together in an academic environment? This is exactly the situation in our¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬ Colegio Alemán Humboldt, where Matutina and Vespertina, two different groups of students, belonging to two different socio-economic groups, attend school in different schedules¬. These students don’t interact with one another, the basically ignore the other’s presence at school and when they don’t, they make fun of each other. Can the school, as the institution responsible for the wellbeing of these kids, do something to bring these two groups together, Vespertina and Matutina, to achieve an acceptance and a relationship between them? What happens here is that the kids, belonging to the Matutina group, are kids whose parents have a higher income and therefore live slightly more comfortable lives. While on the other hand the students in Vespertina are people who have fewer resources and do not pay the whole tuition to attend school. Normally in an every day to day basis the students ignore the other group’s presence, barely acknowledging themselves in the hallways. The closest thing to social interaction between these two groups happens only once a year, in the Día de Campo, a special day at school where the students enjoy of food, music and entertaining activities. Inside the

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