More and more young Siddis are also attending schools away from their villages. Charity organizations have set-up several residential style hostels in big towns so that rural "tribal" children do not have to travel long distances to school. Because their socialization is beginning at an earlier age than before, fewer drop out of school, and those that matriculate find it easier to integrate.
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