Under-Privileged Children

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In America today many families still currently live in poverty. United States ranks 36th out of the 41 wealthy countries. The children need education, health, housing, social equality and social protection. A study on the development of young children showed poor children will delay intellectual development, poorly than children of well-off families at the school. The definition of an under-privileged child is who needed the basics such as food, shelter, clean water, warmth, poverty. There are also children who are made under-privileged by the neglect, abuse and exploitation of the adults with whom they live. This research is focusing on social class and self-esteem and self-identity, but not on poverty or income dynamics.
In the United States
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