Gorman's article frames both institutions like schools (P6, S2) and society (P6, S1) for this disparity in health amongst children. Citing only a study and the study's lead researcher, Gorman failed to provide insight as to the cause of these behaviours that lead to the health problem. She did not sufficiently dig for the reason why schools are different or which policies ground people in certain situations.
It's as if some PR officer of the journal sent the study's bullet points to the writer and the writer did no more than to paraphrase and call it a day.
“Researchers also found that schools had a huge influence on children’s behavior, and that there were differences among schools even in the same neighborhoods.”
What kind of influence? What were distinguishing factors amongst neighboring schools with differences?