One of the most powerful ways that marginalized groups can affect their status on the fringe is through education. Yet education is often one of the difficult hoops that marginalized groups most jump through in order to see actual upwards progress. Many schools were not well enough equipped to handle gifted students as well as the rest of student body in a way that would allow the gifted students to flourish. This dilemma is found primarily in schools that the marginalized groups are forced to use. The government instated Magnet programs as a way to counter this and allow all gifted students to receive the proper teaching they require to excel. The program would allow a country to concentrate all the area’s gifted students into one of the more successful school in which they had their own educational program with different teachers and classes. Yet the program is very flawed and actually does not represent a tool that marginalized students can use to further their cause. In fact it does not actually really help them at all and may even serve as another example of a program that was designed to help the marginalized groups but instead just further cements the dominant group’s place in society.