This is really cool, and shows what happens when poor students are treated as real people with real issues. The results have been rather astounding. They aren’t statistical problems to be solved, merely by having money thrown at the school districts. They don’t need ‘self-esteem’ programs. They’re no different than anybody, and deserve to be treated with dignity and respect. Poor kids deserve clean clothes. It’s that simple.
Click here to read more about Whirlpool’s program.