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juveriya
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Nomo
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Should children orphaned by birth get reservations in jobs and education?

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Started: 10/18/2016 Category: Education
Updated: 4 months ago Status: Debating Period
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Nomo

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We must recall the mental stability required to both succeed in education and labor wise. Multiple surveys have shown how the stress level has increased in students throughout the years, an example of said surveys is "American Psychological Association Survey Shows Teen Stress Rivals That of Adults", published in 2014 (http://www.apa.org...). In this article, evidence of my former statement is shown, thus the influence on the teens mental health.
Why is this important? The Orphan System is not perfected, for not every one of them gets placed in their rightful house.
Since every child has the right to Education, we must provide one. Taking into account that only one sixth of all the orphans are adopted each year (http://www.orphanhopeintl.org...), they should have the advantage of placement in schools and if they are adequate for the job, receive that placement as well.
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