I believe that young people prefer to steal other people to get some money and buy drugs, clothes or in some cases buy weapons; this is because they do not go to school oruniversity, the majority of the cases, and they prefer the easy life where they get plenty of things without working or studying. This problem is very common in most of the poor neighborhoods, because inthose places people have been very difficult to get a good job or earn a lot of money and they cannot have a good life. To improve this situation, the young people do not leave the school oruniversity, it is necessary to have more opportunities to study and also create different programs where the young people learn and know the importance of the study and create more public schools anduniversities.
Each year is easier to see the desertion in schools and universities and this desertion is increasing with the passage of the years as we can see in a DANE statistics where they said: “88.95%of children finish elementary school, 71.2% of teenagers finish high school and only 35.4% of teenagers finish University. Only 3.9% of GDP (Gross Domestic Product) is destined to education”. In myopinion, only 3.9% of GDP are not enough resources to have all teenagers and children studying in school and universities respectively and not stealing someone to get something.
In the last fiveyears, the desertion in the school and universities has increased producing more crime and delinquency in the city. EL TIEMPO newspaper said in an article: “in the last five years the school desertionincreased from 3.2% in 2005 to 3.7% in 2009. In other words, each 1’025.735 of students 35.8000 deserted before finishing the year”. The desertion in the schools each day is more common. There are a lotreasons for which they do it and one of them is that teenagers do not like to go to study because they prefer to steal and get money. We can see this case in poor neighborhoods because they live in...
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