If Mary held school and education to be so important for herself, why did she not make sure that her children felt the same way in The Other Wes Moore?

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The perspectives of parents and children often vary considerably. Wes’s mother deeply valued education and communicated her feelings to her children. However, she was not the person attending the schools. The children’s experience of school both academically and socially and of its impact on their larger environment was vastly...

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