A scene like this is very typical in most of the small villages I visited in Peru. 
What’s the future of traditional Peruvian style when the educated class of the youngest generations are dressed to attend an  English boarding school? 
Apparently this uniform (only seems to vary in the color of the cardigan) was passed into law in 1968. 
Does a government have a responsibility to preserve some cultural identity or is it more important to prepare the children for globalization? 
I know these are very big and complicated questions but I just feel like there must be a way to prepare for globaization (it seems useless to fight it)  while still maintaining some local expression.
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