Using counter-argument and emotive language:
There is a strong argument made which states that, for some students, their lives outside of school are so bad that it is better for them to be in school. At school, they are listened to, helped by other students and teachers, kept safe and warm and some are provided with a hot meal. Not all students get this at home. This is true and a valid point; however, it is also true that, for some students, bullying at school makes their lives more miserable than they would be at home, so this needs to be considered as part of that argument, too.
How does the writer cleverly counter the use of emotive language?