C.B. attended a private school until their parents divorced and could no longer afford the tuition. They transferred to the public school where their father taught and discovered that not all learning institutions are the same. Transferring schools helped C.B. realize that everyone does not have access to the same resources and we must lend a hand towards gaining equal footing.
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