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No it is not  hindrance because lots  children who are poor can still learn and become educated

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Poverty is not a hindrance to education. As if a child want to study there are many government policies and schools which help them to study. A child should have a goal and aim to achieve it that's all then there will be no hindrance.
If anyone will think to have education then there will be no excuses to run away from it. Those people who say poverty is hindrance to education they are only making excuses. They don't want there children to go to school instead they want to make their children earn or in easy way we can say they want to make their children do child labour. They want them to earn so early so they could get some more money but this is wrong, there is nothing which could become a hindrance to education.
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