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    • We have to realize that scloohs raise our children. When scloohs are underfunded, children do not get as good of an education. The less funding a school has, the lower the quality of education. This could lead to more drop-outs. When kids drop-out it could lead to more problems such as juvenile crime. Just look at the underfunded MDUSD.They have more problems with kids that are out on the streets because they have dropped out. The best way to prevent the slippery slope to juvenile crime is to keep kids in school with a high quality education. If they aren’t in scloohs, they are on the street causing trouble for us all.When they cut sports programs, kids have less things to do to keep them off the streets. When kids are on the street more often, it could lead to gangs and trouble making.You may think that saving money on taxes will benefit you, but just watch as juvenile crime increases. More kids are on the street and without an education more kids will turn to crime. If you look at criminals, most of them are drop-outs. The education system failed them, and led to their downfall.Education is an investment in our own public safety. If kids can’t get an education, they will turn to selling drugs and gangs.Rich cities like San Ramon have better funded scloohs and the crime rates are lower. Look at underfunded school districts. The crime rate is much higher. The best way to prevent future criminality is to keep kids in school with more school funding. It is for the safety of us all.

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