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This Kindergarten Teacher Started A 'Comfort Closet' For Low-Income Kids

By Mustafa Gatollari

If you've ever worked in a school district in a low-income area, then you've definitely seen your fair share of sad stories.

We could get into the dirty bureaucracy surrounding "tattooing" kids who can't afford school lunches, or the nasty politics involved of shaming children who can't afford hot lunches, along with politicians who think that feeding children is bad, but sometimes all of that negativity downplays the awesome acts of personal charity private citizens do for kids on a daily basis.

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