We've all heard about how too many kids and parents in low income areas have a negative attitude towards being educated. Such as some Black-American and Latino kids who may view academic achievement as "acting white" or not cool or poor whites who may not put a big emphasis learning. Now we all generally know that education is how you move up. But if you have a negative attitude towards being educated then this mindset will make it harder to move up out of poverty or from a bad situation. So my question is how much is this negative attitude towards education that exist among many poor people playing in keeping them in poverty vs other things such as a lack of social programs for example?