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Would you please correct the following paragraph for me?

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The social trap is a situation where it is not possible to find optimal outcomes or optimal ways forward because the parties concerned lack the social capital and the trust needed to make progress. The situation I describe reveals a social relationship between head teachers and teachers where the head teachers see the teachers as unwilling to participate because they are preoccupied with earning money outside the school. Even if teachers were encouraged to participate, they would only pursue their self-interest. Teachers are also seen as ill-equipped to participate because they lack the necessary knowledge and skills. And even if these three things were not true, involving too many people in decision-making is regarded as bad for the decision-making process. The teachers for their part think that the head teachers are autocratic and not interested in the views of ordinary teachers. They believe that it is pointless to participate, simply because the head teachers have no power to share or decisions to make. They also regard the head teachers as having hidden agendas and, like the head teachers’ view of the teachers, acting in self-interested ways. Under these circumstances, these two groups of people have such negative views of each other that they are engaged in a social trap. They cannot get out of this trap because getting out of it means denying their construct of the other.
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Your paragraph is too long-- few readers would wish to venture in there. Please divide it into meaningful, shorter and more manageable paragraphs.
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Here is one paragraph. Thanks

The situation described in this study reveals a negative social relationship between head teachers and teachers. The head teachers see the teachers as unwilling to participate because they are preoccupied with earning money outside the school. Even if the teachers were encouraged to participate, they would only pursue their self-interest. Teachers are also seen as ill-equipped to participate because they lack the necessary knowledge and skills. And even if these three things were not true, involving too many people in decision-making is regarded as bad for the decision-making process.