Breaking The Chains of Poverty

The Children's Educational Opportunity Act empowers children to break free from under performing school, ending the cycle of poverty by opening doors to a brighter future. It’s about leveling the playing field and ensuring that every child, regardless of their background, has the same educational opportunities as those from affluent families.

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