Poverty and it's Relationship to Crime

"Fighting Poverty, One Person at a Time"

Reflection: 08/12/14


Describe the three most important things you learned today

  • I learned that the Pouge museum is very interesting – Abigail
  • What you have to do to be a city manager – Nathan
  • Civil Rights movement – Alisia

What community issue did your group choose to investigate? Why?

Poverty and the relationship between crime. We liked this idea best and it was a challenging project for us – Alisia

What have you learned about being an active citizen today?

  • Get involved! – Hunter
  • I have learned that being an active citizen can make a big difference in my community – Abigail

Do you think that you can make a difference in your community, how? 

  • Saving people from poverty – Wyatt and Nathan
  • Yes, There are many programs and volunteer places to help – Alisia

What did you like most about today? 

  • iCivics, because it taught alot and it was fun – Alisia
  • Going to the library. it was cool to learn about more presidents – Wyatt

What is one thing you would like to know more about? 

  • I would like to know more about what I can do to make my community a better place – Abigail
  • Poverty rates in Waco – Hunter and Alisia
  • Why do poverty people do crimes – Nathan
  • Where I can volunteer – Wyatt

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