What is the author trying to tell in this quote?

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"Schools are often too expensive, crowded, or difficult to reach... For kids like Diana, everyday items—a pencil, a sheet of paper, a plastic bag, a pair of socks—are precious commodities."

What is the author trying to tell us?

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martisdavid
School: Carnegie Mellon University

Thank you for the opportunity to help you with your question!

The author tries to explain to us  how education is  expensive  and hard to get  so  people  should be much ready to venture into it  since it is  not an easy going activity 

Everyday is an expense towards the same education so   he  explains further  that children should be much keen on it since that simple 

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