At a time when the economy is in dire straits, and millions are unemployed, we can't forget that without hope for a better future and the means to achieve it, we will lose a generation of children. Our children's resilience depends on a society that addresses the problem of their poverty.


What do you think? This is something of a provocative article. How do you think we should teach the next generation resilience? Is the biggest aspect of that addressing the issue of poverty? Is there more? Is there something else?

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