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Values can only change, not disintegrate because values disintegrating would imply that there is only one set of values, and no other. If they lose value, nothing gets it, and that's wrong. Other things are more valued now than others, it's just a change, not a disintegration.
There's always a difference between rich and poor children.
The rich children may not be able to wear better clothes, but they will have better jewelry, better phones, more money in their pocket, better shoes, and after all, they can simply discuss the matter.
Though, why do people try so hard to erase the differences?
Our society is divided by classes, and no matter what we do, we can never ever change the fact that as long as there are classes and differences between them, those differences WILL affect our children and children are members of social classes just as older people are.
Maybe it is not ''fair'' to the poor children, but life isn't fair and they will learn that, you can't shelter anyone from reality so why bother.