do you agree with this?

@hirals (1738)
India
January 27, 2007 4:47am CST
Do you think educational institutions treat students according to their parent’s economic standing?
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@manong05 (5029)
• Philippines
27 Jan 07
There may be some,I agree. If children of senators and multimillionaires will enroll in a certain school, I wouldn't be surprised if they do get special treatment. I don't agree with it though. But surprisingly, most of those who top the class and really made it are not known to be always the rich and famous.
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• India
27 Jan 07
IN The current global time, every thing is placed on the scale on money. this types of thing are quite common these days. the discrimination based on the bank balance of the parents is done in one n every institute or at the schoollevel in all the parts of the world. there are some exception but on the whole if your dad is capable to pay the donation u can get admitted to any prestige college or university
@imrajesh (1968)
• India
27 Jan 07
i don't think that it makes much difference. but if the parents are too rich and hold an important position in the society then definitely their children get more care. in our school their children were more notorious so i dont' think that it is solely dependent on the money of the parents. economic standing is given importance then it will ruin the atmosphere of the school.