Students understand the responsibility implicit in educational opportunity.
Since skills like properly washing their own uniforms are taught early on, children take home added abilities to contribute to their households. Out of gratitude, students discuss with their families the potential ways to expand their education not just in school, but also at home. A child told of foregoing his evening food so that his siblings, who did not have two meals at school, could eat more. Each weekend, students take home books to read to their siblings and children in their neighborhood. As they continue to learn to serve, children have led in activities like hosting a summer reading program, mobilizing to raise funds for a community nursery, and tutoring in the community.