Two conditions must be met by children to be admitted to Gentiana Kindergarten: They must have learning disabilities and come from the poorest families; orphans, the disabled and children of single mothers are given preference.
Doesn’t it make more sense, we are often asked, to promote intelligent children? Maybe. But who helps all the weak who grow up in the gloomy environment of the slum and in desolate families?
And in general, poor performance in school does not have to remain a permanent condition and is by no means a reason to abandon children to a hopeless future. Many overcome blocks and learning difficulties with the help of the dedicated teachers.