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The Importance of Education - Education holds the key to your child's future. Education can help your child reach his/her life goals and dreams. Education will help your child choose what he/she wants in life. Here are 10 key reasons why going to college is important for your child: • Education opens up doors. The more education your child gets, the more choices and opportunities he/she will have. With an education, your child has more options, which often lead to greater success and happiness in life. • Education allows your child to choose his/her career....   [tags: The Importance of Education] 452 words
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The Importance of Education - Education plays a vital role in shaping tomorrows’ leaders. Not only can we become a better nation by acquiring the skills necessary to be productive members of a civilized society. Increase knowledge to actively achieve and meet challenges that can produce changes in which are productive for attaining business innovations, political and economic objectives. Our world is constantly changing and it requires a society that is well versed in understanding the problems deriving from culture differences and tolerance of one another’s beliefs and perceptions....   [tags: Importance of Education Essay] 1003 words
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The Importance of Education - Most people already know that going to college is important; it opens many doors and provides many advantages and opportunities. On average, people with a college education earn nearly twice as much as those with only a high school diploma. So, over a lifetime, a college graduate can earn about $2 million while a high school graduate will earn only $1 million. In fact, the earnings gap between someone with a college degree and someone with a high school diploma has widened in the last decades and that gap is projected to widen even further in the future....   [tags: importance of education, 2015]
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The Importance of Education - After twelve years of school, it took me until now to figure out exactly why I had been there all those years. It was not to torture me by making me learn how to spell but to make sure that my classmates and I got the opportunity to make the most of ourselves. Opportunity that would come from learning as much as possible from books and beginning to see that the world focuses on more than just history and English . I owe my success in life and school to teachers who taught me to spell and to be respectful and responsible....   [tags: Importance of Education Essays] 2372 words
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The Benefits of Education - Education is as important as the air we breathe. It is the most important possession a person must have. Education is beneficial in many aspect of life especially, personal and social it is the only possession that cannot be taken away from you. Education is important because it will open up the windows of opportunities. In this competitive world having a good education is as important as the air we breathe because it is our weapon to conquer the world. Education will help you grow as an individual because the more knowledge you have the better understanding you will have in any given problem that will come your way....   [tags: Importance of Education] 441 words
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Importance of Education - The benefits of education are endless. The personal satisfaction and feeling of accomplishment upon receiving a college degree is one that cannot easily be topped. College education is becoming even more important than it has been in the past. A bachelor's degree is now becoming a minimum requirement for many jobs that previously only required a high school degree. True, a college education nowadays is expensive, however, the return on your investment can be almost certainly guaranteed. The pros of education far exceed the cons....   [tags: Current Events] 359 words
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The Importance of a Classical Education - The Importance of a Classical Education This essay will attempt to answer three questions; what is classical education, why is it necessary in our day and what are its benefits. The word "classical" or "classic" is used in many contexts and often without specific meaning: Classic Coke, classical music, classic rock; however, classical usually means something that through time for various reasons has been proven worthy of our respect and interest. In music, the work of certain composers has been recognized as worth saving while that of others, even though perhaps popular in its own time, has been tossed aside to the dust-bin of history....   [tags: Teaching Education Philosophy] 4431 words
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The Importance of Physical Education and Health - The Importance of Physical Education and Health In studying Physical Education and Health, I have learned that there are a significant number of benefits of physical activity. Physical activity reduces the risk of premature mortality, and of coronary heart disease, hypertension, colon cancer, and diabetes. Physical activity also improves mental health, and is important for the health of muscles, bones, and joints. As a teacher I will try to implement activities that will hold the students interest while benefiting them physically as well....   [tags: Teaching Philosophy Teacher Education Essays] 446 words
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The Importance of Higher Education - "Scott, your not going out until you do your homework". This is a very common saying in households across the country. Parents know that education is the key to a happy and successful life. I have hated going to school and doing my homework ever since I was a little kid. Now that I am seeing where all those hours of hard work have gotten me, I am very happy that my Mom yelled at me so often to do my homework. Once High School is finished, college is the next step if you are willing to spend another four or five years in school....   [tags: School Education Learning College] 972 words
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The Value of A College Education in the Information Technology Field - Imagine working for a company for 12 years and you are faced once again with mandatory reductions in workforce. You are an Information Technology Professional and are being measured against your peers, most of whom hold Bachelor Degrees. You are one of the few on your team that does not possess a college degree. Like me, many are placed in this same position in today’s world. We are the unprepared, not armed with ammunition to endure the scrutiny of our qualifications; relying solely on performance....   [tags: The Importance of Education] 988 words
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Education Goals - This past semester I took an emergency medical technician course. Part of the requirement was to log sixteen hours of hands-on work at an ambulance corps. We responded to everything: The simple falls of the elderly, to a 65 year old with a bilateral amputation above the knee infected by MRSA. Seeing people in their greatest time of need was both frightening and exhilarating. You find yourself looking at someone who is having a seizure, the likes of which you have only read in your textbooks or seen in movies, and you are the only one who can help them....   [tags: Personal Ambition, The Importance of Education] 416 words
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The Importance of Sex Education - Why is sex education important. It helps students of a variety of generations grasp the information they need about the dangers of sex. 46% of high school students in the United States have had sex and are putting themselves at risk for Human Immunodeficiency Virus infection, pregnancy, and sexual transmitted diseases. The National Human Immunodeficiency Virus plan for the United States of America recommends educating students as well as young adults about Human Immunodeficiency Virus infection before they begin having sex, which places the young adults at risk for Human Immunodeficiency Virus....   [tags: informs students on the dangers of sex] 548 words
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Importance of Physical Education Classes - A rising issue across America is child obesity. With physical education many youths can accomplish minimal activity requirements ,designated by the federal government, to counteract obesity. As a result, students’ health will not be jeopardized by obesity, heart problems and diabetes. Because of this, high schools should require their students to take physical education. Physical education benefits students in many ways including physical health, mental health, and social skills. Health benefits include: weight control, longevity, and a reduced chance of cardiovascular disease....   [tags: preventing child obesity] 623 words
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The Importance of Sexual Education in Illinois - Did you know Illinois was ranked 21,out of 51 in pregnancies aged 15-19. Not knowing the consequences that comes with sex Is getting pregnant or a transmitted disease and these are mistakes that could affect their lives. Comprehensive sex education should be taught in public high schools throughout Illinois. Adolescents should be exposed to sex education and have great access to items that protect them against pregnancy. In addition, they should have access to information about other sexually transmitted diseases.Safe sex practices should be taught in Illinois public high schools because it prevents transmitted diseases, and it makes teens rethink about having sex....   [tags: preventing teen pregnancy and STDs] 524 words
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The Importance of Higher Education - Education is the key to fulfillment in one’s life and the economy. With education, a person is qualified and has a better chance for employment. College can become very stressful as a result of many factors like schoolwork overload, little financial assistance, and the need to work instead of going to class. These factors can cause a student to dropout of college and not finish their coursework. Students usually dropout around the second semester of their first year or mid-semester of their second year....   [tags: college attendance, better job search] 558 words
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Importance of Parent Involvement in Children's Education - A Review of the Literature The increase or decrease of student achievement has developed an area that has brought instruction, curriculum and assessment under the microscope of public view. Vertical Alignment also known as alignment of curriculum using common core standards has showed signs of an increase in student achievement (Roach, Niebling, & Kurz, 2008). Research shows that a vertical alignment of a balanced curriculum, student achievement does indeed improve (Baker & Linn, 2002). “During the past half-century there has been a growing body of evidence supporting fundamental educational truism: that what and how much students are taught is associated with, and likely influences, what an...   [tags: student achievement and dropout rates] 1485 words
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Educations Importance - Educations Importance An Institution of Thinkers Education is one of the most important things in modern America, but the reasons why learning is so important today is un-clear. Every modern country has a state run education system, which carries children in to there mid to late teens. The systems around the world are all quite similar, focusing on writing, math and reading, with other courses often being a second language and art. Though the systems are alike people from country to country and from town to town differ on the reasons why education is needed....   [tags: Teaching Education] 572 words
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The Importance of Learning the History of Our Schooling System - On the first day of class we were presented with the history of our schooling system. I have never been one to truly appreciate history and I remember sitting there that day with an overwhelming amount of information I knew I would not remember a week later. I was trying to be optimistic because I am going into education and it is only wise to be knowledgeable about the history of my career. Looking back on that first day and where I stand now, I have so much more appreciation for history. We speak of something I am passionate about and I am open to a whole new understanding of why history will forever be a part of not only the present but the future as well....   [tags: Education] 991 words
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The Importance of Books - The Importance of Books Book have been a part of my life since the beginning. My mother once told me her and our neighbor would sit together and read to me and the other woman’s baby, who was later to become my childhood best friend. I didn’t start reading Wharton and Steinbeck until much later, but we have to start somewhere. Before knowing how to read, my mother and father would read to me a book from my endless number of “The Bearnstein Bears” books. Every book had a lesson. I think that having been read to every night and being explained some of the words and their techniques of why they are the way they are, helped plow my way in favor of learning to reading in school....   [tags: Teaching Education Essays] 1069 words
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The Importance of International Schools - Background of International Schools International schools are found all around the world. In most case, international schools use English as the medium of instruction. Originally, they have been created to allow the children of expatriates to receive their education in their mother tongue. They have been also found to create a mutual understanding and peace among people of different cultures. According Hyden (2006), the origin of international schools is debatable. The international schools of Geneva and Yokohama that existed in 1924 were considered the first international schools....   [tags: education, history, ESL]
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The Importance of the Access and Foundation Course - The Importance of the Access and Foundation Course The eassy is aimed at the reason why I am doing access and foundation course,and why it will lead to a degree qualification.it will be consist of the reason why I chose the access and foundation,and what I will achieve at the end of the programme.All the reasons will be in paragraphs to explain. Second chance with the access and foundation course to gain a degree qualification. I never have the chance to understand higher education standard and the requirements properly, until when I join the access and foundation course.i come to this programme so that I can have a cleared understanding,better knowledge and what is expected in further ed...   [tags: Education Course Review Analysis] 944 words
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The Importance of Computers in Children's lives - The Importance of Computers in Children's lives Humans are making new inventions every day. Since the beginning of time, man has been inventing. Homo habilis started by inventing tools and weapons so he could survive. The inventions never stopped and something new is being invented each day: cars, computers, and even spacecrafts. We started inventing things like computers not just for survival, but to make everyday life as easy as possible. In today's society computers have become very important part of our lives....   [tags: Technology Education Argumentative Papers]
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Unpacking the ‘Education’ in Civic Education - Unpacking the ‘Education’ in Civic Education Abstract Unpacking the ‘Education’ in Civic Education In this paper, we explore civic education through an examination of two approaches to the introductory course in American government. Our goal is to identify how differences in pedagogical method affect student learning and attitude formation. We do this through a comparison of two equivalent groups of students; one group experiencing a standard text-lecture-test approach and the other having the additional experience of a three-week character-playing simulation of the congressional policy process....   [tags: Education Learning essays]
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Why Education is Important - Many students around the world today focus mainly one thing while they are in school; Career and income, but how do you achieve that. How does one get the career they want and the income they yearn. The answer is education several countries are known for their exceptional performance in academics and the pressure related to their education. Among those countries are China, India and Japan. These three countries share a lot in common; exceptionally bright students and a very rigorous education system that showers students with pressure from parents to perform exceptional in school....   [tags: Education ]
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The Importance of Good Teacher-Student Relationships - The Importance of Good Teacher-Student Relationships What kind of relationship should a teacher and a student have in the classroom. The answer to this question may seem like an obvious one to many because a teacher and a student should always strive to have a good relationship in order to fare well in the classroom. In fact a good relationship creates many advantages between both teacher and student. For instance, a good relationship produces a good environment within the classroom, which can be a vital point to the success of both teacher and student....   [tags: Education Teaching] 672 words
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Stakeholders in Singapore Education - Education is an area of great importance in Singapore. Thus, most parents have very high expectations of educators. In this paper, I will talk about what are some of these expectations and how I can harness them as a force to enhance students' learning. The traditional expectation of an educator is that he must be responsible for the academic welfare and/or excellence of the child. Do parents also expect teachers to play a part in developing the whole person, in areas such as character development....   [tags: Education] 583 words
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The Importance of Education - I have often heard fellow students complain about classes they are required to take. I sometimes have difficulty responding to them when they ask "How will all of these classes help me in a rock fight?". At times they question the need to learn algebra. Why should non-scientists study biology, chemistry or environmental science. Why is it important to study the arts and social sciences. There are many reasons why it is essential that everyone obtain a broad education. Basic Skills: It is important for a student to master basic skills first....   [tags: The Importance of Education] 511 words
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The Importance of Scientific Education - The Importance of Scientific Education In the 21st century, many people believe science to be one of the most important subjects that students must be taught. Scientific education is important to this world due to the effects of it. Science teaches people important factors of certain subjects, and those can be further developed and expanded into new ideas. Science itself is many different regions of study compiled and meshed together. Among the numerous lot of study, health is considered to be one of the most important topics in the scientific world....   [tags: The Importance of Education]
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The Importance of Education - Education is important in any society. Parents, teachers and even political leaders encourage education in our society. Many people do not understand why there is so much emphasis placed upon obtaining a good education. This is why some people do not put in as much effort as they should. It is important that everyone understand the many benefits of education aside from getting a job and earning a salary. This knowledge will help you to develop an attitude that is conducive to learning. You will enjoy the true benefits of education....   [tags: importance of education, 2015]
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Scientific Education: Liability or Necessity? - For centuries, man has studied the importance of scientific education and how we as human beings can benefit from it. Now in the 21st century, the study of science has grown exponentially and the need for scientific education along with it. It is extremely important for teenagers to understand the importance of what is going on around us environmentally, and the need to study how everything works and operates. In general, the importance of scientific education in the 21st century is not to be taken lightly....   [tags: The Importance of Education]
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The Importance of Education in a Woman's Life - The Importance of Education in a Woman's Life In Girl, by Jamaica Kincaid, a mother gives advice to her young daughter about many different issues in life. The mother shows love and family togetherness by educating her daughter with her beliefs and experiences that she's encountered throughout her life. The mother very blatantly tells her daughter things she must not do in order to not be called a "slut." There are many things a young girl must learn when she is becoming a woman. There is no better teacher than her mother....   [tags: Girl Woman Education] 590 words
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The Importance of Music Education - Why have creative skills been put on the back burner in today’s society. Some say that music education is a waste of valuable resources, takes time away from academic subjects, is noisy and distracting, when in reality this is false. Music is a valuable resource that every human being should enjoy. Although our economy has been failing lately, we should not let ourselves believe that the only way to be productive is in a field that makes us unhappy, like computers or science. In America’s recent economic downfall, music education is commonly one of the first programs to be cut in districts around the country; this should not be the case because it benefits students academically, socially, a...   [tags: Education]
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Education is the Secret Behind Every Successful Person - Do you know the secret behind each and every successful person. Education-education is the most important aspect in peoples lives. Education is becoming even more important than it's been in the past.In today's society education is essential in order to be successful economically and socially.The benefits of education are boundless. People start their careers in elementary school, they grow older then they move into middle school and then finally high school. I believe that from elementary school to high school, students are getting an inadequate amount of education....   [tags: The Importance of Education] 569 words
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The Joys of Education - If the world were a sinister, daunting, and volatile beast, economics would surely be its radiance. Thoughts linger, surrounded by questions, I could not seem to answer, then, revealing itself to me like a curtain being pulled away, the prevailing facet about an education in economics is the simple truth that through conjecture, historical review, and analysis, the aptitudes learned can be applied throughout one’s life. It is the social science which helps define the world, the light shining, revealing the road ahead, its inclinations, agents, and resources....   [tags: Personal Experience, Importance of Education] 518 words
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The Importance of Inclusive Education in Australia - As a child It was constantly stated to me by my family and teachers “If everyone was the same, what a boring place the world would be” a famous quote by an unknown author about celebrating individual differences. Difference is defined by Ashman and Elkins; as varying levels of social, emotional, physical and intellectual qualities that make us all different from other people (Ashman & Elkins, 2009). In today’s world this is viewed as society’s version of normality (Ashman & Elkins, 2009). Inclusion involves the incorporation of all types of differences into a mainstream classroom (Ashman & Elkins, 2009)....   [tags: Special Education, learning disabilities]
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The Importance of Sex Education - Children and young adults today distinguish right from wrong based on their previous knowledge. The education they receive plays a major role in the way they make decisions. Sex is a controversial topic brought up frequently throughout a child's life. Based on the way it is taught, the child makes decisions that may forever change his or her life. (Sex Education That 3) Although it is often opposed, the two most essential ways children learn about sex today is the education they receive at home and at school....   [tags: Children Sex Ed Youth Education] 1308 words
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The Importance of Parent Involvement in Children's Education - The Importance of Parent Involvement in Children's Education Parent involvement in a child's education can have the greatest impact upon their lives and can also be one of the most influential factors to their success in education. There are many things that parents could do to help their child. Unfortunately there are parents who simply cannot help their children because they either don't have time or cannot speak the language to help them with their school work. Parents need to be involved in the child's education and give them daily support in the home environment....   [tags: Parent Involvement in Education] 516 words
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The Importance Of A College Education - The Importance of a College Education You make a living by what you get. You make a life by what you give" (Winston Churchill, circa 1940) Learning the importance of getting a good college education did not come to me until I was 31 years old. Many of my friends, and colleagues and I were of the same age, however they were far beyond me in educational levels. It was for this reason, and other reasons, including better society levels, and the ability to achieve my career goals, that I decided to go back to college....   [tags: essays research papers] 797 words
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The Importance of Science Education - Many may not realize it, but the teaching of science is of great importance in the education of a child or adolescent. It is more than a mere recitation of facts to remember. Science is all about the way how things work. We do things on a day to day basis and we don’t even realize all the science behind it. For example, we may open a light. We may flick a light switch, and the house gets all lit up. Was that magic. No. So how does it all happen. Have we ever put any thought into it. Wherever we turn, whatever we do, we are involved in doing things which are subjects within the realm of science....   [tags: teaching, experiments, interest] 566 words
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The Importance Education Has on Life - ... Mrs. Auld, the lady that taught him, put her life on the line too since it was illegal for her to educate Douglass. Douglass did many things that could have cost him his life in order to get people to teach him. One of the things he did was that he stole bread from his master to use to pay the white kids to teach him to write. Today we do not have to steal in order to pay someone to teach us. “Some men no the value of education by having it, I know its value by not having it.” Douglass knows its value by not having it by seeing the extremes his masters have gone to prevent slaves from becoming educated....   [tags: life, job, slave, read, write, freedom] 568 words
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The Importance of Information and Communication Technology in the Education Process of Young People Today - Education and technology have been integrated over the past years. There are many reasons for educators to introduce the technology in learning process, which is the new generation of students has been surrounded by various technologies. Prensky (2005) claims that young people are completely absorbed and mastered in digital technology such as computers, video games and the internet. Notably, information and communication technologies (ICTs) play important roles in educating young students....   [tags: Education, college, internet, higher education]
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The Importance of a College Education - From the moment a child is born, small and squalling, parents begin saving money to fund his college education. The child progresses through various stages of life, from that of a fierce ten year-old, to that of a teenager, and finally to one who has reached the brink of adulthood; that moment the child’s parents have been anticipating from his first cry: his final year of high school in preparation for college. I too, have reached that point in my life. Yet, while I go through the application process, network with teachers to ensure that all of my graduation requirements are met, and mentally preparing myself to make one of the biggest decisions of my academic career, I cannot dodge the m...   [tags: career, adulthood, professional] 535 words
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The Importance of Music Education - Music, an extremely broad concept, is playing an increasingly vital role in the modern society, and most people today are experiencing music subconsciously. For instance, when walking in the street, not only will we see people listening to their music through all kinds of portable music players, but also hear people humming their favorite songs. When nightfall comes, young people usually go to concerts, whereas middle-aged people tend to choose symphony and opera. All the things mentioned above seem like nothing but entertainment....   [tags: Music]
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The Importance of Brown V. The Board of Education - The Importance of Brown V. The Board of Education To understand the importance of Brown V. The Board of Education of Topeka, one must take into account the gravity of the prevailing law and attitude that existed in 1954. In 1896, the Supreme Court established the "separate but equal" doctrine in the case of Plessy V. Ferguson. Essentially the court was saying that blacks should be treated equally but due to an obvious difference, race, blacks could be treated equally but separate....   [tags: Papers] 480 words
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The Importance of a College Education: Student Essay - College isn’t easy, in fact, it’s scary. It can be somewhat intimidating, and the work may tend to have it’s overwhelming moments. We all go to college for so many different reasons. The main reason why I came to college, is to get a higher level of education. Us as students are so used to constantly being pushed to work towards a higher education such as college, but is it really worth it in the end. Is a college education worth the investment of all your precious time where you could be doing anything besides dreadful homework....   [tags: Academics, Tuition, High School] 825 words
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The Importance of Information and Communication Technologies in Education - The information and communication technologies have become in all aspects of life .Over the past ten years, the use of ICTs have changed many things to business and governance. In education, TCTs have become to have attention but the influences have been narrow in other fields . Education is asocial activity and education usually has been connected with teachers having high level of personal contact with students. The use of ICTs on educations is very useful tools which does not change the function of education....   [tags: Educational Technology] 921 words
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The Other Side: The Importance of Sex Education in High School - High school years are generally the years people talk about when reminiscing. Many things happen in high school that are a milestone in a teenager’s life. Their first varsity basketball game, getting a class ring, and even maybe their first love. Along with their first love comes the topic, pressure, and even attraction, to sexual behavior. It is an inevitable feeling that all teenagers will feel at one point in time. With media today forcing sex in almost everything, adolescent sex is becoming a bigger problem....   [tags: prevention of STD's and teen pregnancy]
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The Importance of Teaching - The Importance of Teaching Education should be a part of everyone's life. A good education offers something for everyone, whether it be on the simple level or a more complex one. Education should provide provide an opportunity for students to develop a strong sense of creativity, a high self esteem, and a life long respect for learning. Education should help students establish a strong sense of confidence in themselves. A teacher will be one factor that helps a student learn and progress along their way through life....   [tags: Teaching Education Essays] 512 words
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The Importance of Education - An education is something that one can keep for a lifetime. Acquiring a good education can affect one’s personal life, one’s community, and one’s entire generation. The only person who truly controls how educated I am, is me. My education feeds my intelligence, and since I want to be an intellectual, I want an exemplary education. In the end, no one can transfer knowledge from one brain to another, like a money transfer from account to account. It is something that I have to achieve with hard work and effort....   [tags: The Importance of Education] 790 words
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The Importance of Education - One’s Education advancements could probably be the most important decision in his or her life. One can safely assume that a person is not in the proper sense until he is properly educated. As said by Nelson Mandela, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” One may take this quote and interpret it as that Education is deadly and needs to be taken advantage of to the highest level. High School and College to common people seem to be the same. One must go to class and finish the work to accomplish High School and the same goes to College, this in fact is true but college is a completely different type of education, experience and what you get out of these t...   [tags: The Importance of Education] 702 words
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The Importance of a Formal Education - Naiveté is ignorance due to a lack of formal education. It would appear that the term naiveté would apply as well to one who was taught, albeit insufficiently. The majority of the human world is naïve and abandoned, causing them to remain that way, whether through inability to access a form of formal education or through the inabilities of the teachers attempting to teach them. It would appear that the lack of education is a major problem in the world. The worldwide lack of education is due mainly to the scarce availability of formal schooling and its limited depth....   [tags: The Importance of Education] 831 words
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The Importance of a Christian Education - You can not put a value on a Christian education because it creates a setting of respect for God, His Word and His authority. It gives students a foundation of discipline, morality and a proper work ethic that can also be applied in other areas of life. Christians were actually the first to advocate universal education. The term university confirms this as it breaks down to “uni veritas” which literally means “one truth”. It was Christians in Europe who launched the first universities in France and the United Kingdom....   [tags: Importance of Education Essays]
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My Education is the Key to a Successful Future - “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world;” this simple statement by South Africa’s first democratically elected president, Nelson Mandela, expresses a fundamental truth of the world- something as simple as education can change everything. A constantly changing geopolitical environment has continued to place increasing amounts of emphasis on obtaining a post-secondary school education. Despite this, as many as 16% of all Americans ages 16-24 drop out before completing a secondary school education and obtaining a diploma.(1) The question which few dare to consider, which I now find myself faced with, is simple: how my education is the key to a successful fu...   [tags: importance of education]
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The Importance of Education - The Importance of Education Education has always been a crucial part of society for the past centuries. Some believe that our education is a privilege. Some believe that our education is a right. Some believe that our education is an obligation. The only obligation we might have towards education is to treat it as a privilege as well as a right, but certainly not an obligation to have an education. Education has been the basis for the success we see in our parents, our teachers, and more importantly, ourselves....   [tags: Papers School Learning University Essays] 769 words
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The Importance of an Education - The Importance of an Education Not to specifically blame the parents for the teen get pregnant. Although the teens have not taken fault for their actions, but need to be aware for future references. Sex education should be taught in high school. According to these organizations, only about 50% of teen mothers have a high school diploma compared with 90% of girls who did not have a teen pregnancy. Fewer than four in 10 (38%) teen girls who have a child before they turn 18 earn their high school diploma....   [tags: teen pregnancy] 812 words
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The Importance of Technology Education in Schools - The Importance of Technology Education in Schools The education world has been greatly influenced by rapidly changing technology and the increasing availability of information. Schools have advanced by leaps and bounds when it comes to incorporating technology into the learning environment, however, many more advances need to be made. In all areas of the country, educators are trying to help students keep up with technology, but there are more changes that are essential for preparing the next generation for the future....   [tags: Teaching Education Essays] 839 words
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The Benefit of Liberal Arts Education - As the world becomes more specialized it raises the question, should undergraduate institutions change their curriculum requirements to better equip students. The goal of a liberal arts education is to enlighten individuals and prepare them for the complex and diverse world by requiring the study of literature, philosophy, mathematics, and sciences. As professional careers evolve into more specialized fields the argument that a liberal education is no longer needed rises. Some educators feel that future professionals would be better primed for the future by focusing specifically on subjects that deal with their intended field....   [tags: The Importance of Education] 888 words
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A Liberal Arts Education: Preparing You for Any Career - A liberal arts education should no longer be considered the “easy way out” when compared to a career-oriented education. A liberal arts education provides students with many benefits, as well as a well-rounded education. Although this is true, many people still have doubts about liberal arts educations. One of the many benefits of a liberal arts education is that you will receive training in a variety of subjects. You will have the opportunity to take many different types of classes. Within the business world, a liberal arts student should have just as much of a chance, if not more, as a career-oriented student does....   [tags: The Importance of Education] 949 words
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Education Goals - Education has always been a primary concern for my parents, who taught me that if I need to succeed in life, I have to be educated. Following their guide, I have always valued and tried to get the most of any educational opportunity I have had. Having grown up in a business family, I have always been interested in focusing my career in the business field. My Mother and Father own their own company, and they are constantly talking about business, which has inspired me to follow their path. When my parents retire, they want me to carry on their legacy....   [tags: Personal Ambition, The Importance of Education] 599 words
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The Importance of a Science Education - Getting a science education in the 21st century can be very beneficial to children of all ages. Science is what makes up the world and the only way you would be able to know that would be by getting a real education in the studies of science. There are many reasons in why getting an education in science can be important and three of them are that it makes you smarter, it increases your awareness of diseases going around in the world, and getting a proper education in science can inspire kids to be scientists themselves....   [tags: Science Education] 680 words
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Disabilities and its Importance to Science Education - Disabilities and its Importance to Science Education When it comes to diversity in the classroom, one of the key issues that teachers face is that of disabilities. The issue of disabilities affects not only science teachers, but all teachers. For this reason it is important to understand the different types of disabilities and some of the strategies that teachers should use to address the students’ differences. There are many types of disabilities, and these can either be learning disabilities or emotional and behavioral disorders....   [tags: classroom, education, diversity, learning]
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A University Education is Necessary in American Society - “There is no divide in American life that hurts more than the one between those we consider well educated and those who are poorly or inadequately schooled” (Spayde 60). According to John Spayde, author of “Learning in the Key of Life," a university education is a defining role in the well-being and success of people in today’s society. Similarly, John Henry Newman, in his essay, “The Idea of a University,” believes too that education gives “man the clear conscious view of his own opinions and judgments, a truth in developing them, an eloquence in expressing them, and force in urging them” (49), thus making him a well rounded human being....   [tags: Importance of Education Essays]
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The Importance of Sex Education - Sex education should be increased in schools. Nearly one million women under the age of 20 get pregnant each year. That means 2800 women get pregnant each day. If students are educated about the effects sex has on their lives, it lessens their chance of having children at an early age. Knowledge about sex can also lessen the chance of kids receiving STDS. First of all, the main reason children have sex prematurely is because they are curious. Students lack knowledge about sex because they haven’t been taught about it, however, when children know the consequences behind their actions and the risks they are taking they less likely to want to have sex....   [tags: Sex Education, argumentative, persuasive] 700 words
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The Importance of Education for Children with Disability - ... This study intends to explore on the services offered to students with disabilities, and the outcomes of these services to their education and career goals. It will examine if the obstacles faced by special needs children have to do with how effective the policies are in addressing the needs of such children. This study is important to children with disabilities because it can help them discover the education opportunities available for them, the institutions they can rely on for economic support, and the treatment they should expect from the society....   [tags: intervention model, social, economic opportunities] 1454 words
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Use of the Internet in Education - The traditional education environment is starting to implement new ways to teach students with the rapid development of technology. One strategy is the use of the internet to communicate, listen, and share ideas among students and professors alike; specifically the use of the internet realm in wikis, blogs, and podcasts. Blogs are either a website in itself or a part of a website where something like an interactive journal is being used; a person can write about anything they wish, link or show images, and decide whether other people can comment on the blog entry....   [tags: Importance of Education Essays]
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Portrayal of Education In the TV Show Community - Education has begun to be taken for granted, not realizing what an impact it has on culture. In the television show Community, the view of education differs in many of the characters. There are both positive and negative stereotypes revealed throughout the show which were discussed in a way so that the issues present could be changed. Even though the show Community is presented as a comedy, with many mishaps, it presents education as something which is important and should be treasured. Education in our culture is many times underappreciated, looked at as an entitlement rather than a privilege; however, Community, forces the audience to reexamine education and why such a high value is placed...   [tags: Importance of Education Essays]
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The Importance of Business Education - ... This is where business education comes in handy and solves most of the issues. Similarly, if a look is taken at the sports sector, a sportsperson is not just required to keep his/her game in the top of the line but also manage the team who works hard behind his/her success. Apart from this, sports persons should also understand where the funding comes from, what is the impact of the sport he/she plays, how renowned is the nature of the sport, what is the perception of people and the sport authority on that respective sport one plays....   [tags: career choice, management, directors] 712 words
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The Importance of Physical Education in Schools - Physical education time is being cut in schools to give more time for students to focus on core courses such as Science, Math and Reading. Some districts have eliminated the course or do not even provide it. These courses, although are very important, should not take away from a student’s well-being. Physical education provides a foundation to a student’s future lifestyle and good health habits. Physical education should be treated like every other foundational course because it is a necessary part of a student’s lifestyle that will benefit from every day....   [tags: focusing on core courses] 664 words
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A University Education Provides Professional, Spiritual and Social skills - Both John Henry Newman and Jon Spayde argue the true meaning of a University education in their works titled “The Idea of a University” and “Learning in the Key of Life.” Newman defines a truly effective education as a liberal one. He believes that “The University’s art is the art of social life, and its end is fitness for the world” (47). Similar to Newman’s belief that a well-rounded education is necessary, Spayde also agrees that “Humanities are the foundation for getting along in the world, for thinking and for learning to reflect on the world instead of just simply reacting to current events” (60)....   [tags: Importance of Education Essays]
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The Importance of a Quality Education - When I was six, my parents finally enrolled me into kindergarten. I was so excited, and eager to learn; however, I was also very scared, and nervous. I didn't know what to expect. When I got there, in my classroom, my heart started to race. The excitement was filling up inside of me. Eager and ready, I met my teacher. She was such a nice lady, and I could tell we were going to learn a lot this year. For me this was an exciting time, I finally got to start school. I was only six years old, and for my parents it was important that they enrolled me in school when I was still in my adolescence and still developing....   [tags: development, tuition, economy]
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Melinda Gates' College Ready Educational Initiative - Most high school students dream of attending college after high school. The know that an education will earn them more money, get them better jobs and give them the opportunity do what they want in life. The problem is; between 2006 and 2016, nearly 4.5 million students won’t pursue college degrees because their families can’t afford higher education (Gates Foundation, 2009). Furthermore, only a little of half of those who do start college full-time to obtain a 4-year degree finish. Of those students who attend community college less than 3 out of 10 finish with the Associate’s Degree (Complete College.org, 2009)....   [tags: Importance of Education]
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The Importance of Receiving a Higher Education - Like many veterans before me, it seems as if time flies by quicker than we expect. Twenty years ago, I felt there was no reason to concern myself with the immediate future because I had decided my career was going to be with the armed forces. The educational requisite to enlist, back then, was a high school diploma or general education diploma. In some cases, one could enlist with a waiver in the absence of either one. I was fortunate enough to have a high school diploma when I enlisted. Therefore, my concern with higher education was non-existent and I felt no obligation to pursue a college degree....   [tags: Benefits, Job Market] 858 words
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The Importance of Education According to the Conflict Theory - Each of the many elements of society come with their own issues. One example of an issue with society is education. Today, education is one of the main parts of a child’s life. Education is where a child starts to join society and begin the other valuable stages of their young lives. Education is also the source of many jobs for older Americans. It is even one of the biggest competitions between different countries throughout the world. Every aspect can be applied to a theory of Sociology. Education can be easily connected to the Conflict Theory as in there will always be a competition over power, wealth, and prestige....   [tags: elements, society, jobs, intelligence] 603 words
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The Importance of a Formal ELT Education in Nicaragua - ... Also, the academic curriculum itself would present me with much needed tools such as reading and writing approaches, the principals behind language learning and teaching, and classroom management, just to mention a few. Though, learning from these classes was not easy, they have brought me much help as a teacher. Furthermore, it is worth mentioning the help that my classmates and family gave me in order to accomplish my goal : of graduating. On the other hand, my family was so supportive during the long study hours....   [tags: degree, college, opportunities, gratification] 602 words
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Importance of Education in Kingdom Education: God´s Plans for Educating Future Generations - In Glen Shultz’s (2003) book Kingdom Education: God’s Plan for Educating Future Generations he addresses the importance of education in coordination with the family and church in developing and training future generations within a biblical worldview. He describes moral decline, increased crime rates, the disintegration of the family and the church’s inability to be the salt of the earth as examples of the increased secularization because of the removal of God and His word from our schools. The author’s answer for these dilemmas is biblical principles that are consistently taught in the home, church and school....   [tags: Glen Shultz, family, church, christianity]
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Technical and Cultural Events in College - College days are among the best days of our life — the friends we make, the time we spend hanging out in the canteen, sharing everything from class notes to class gossip and full of exciting events. During which a student learns new things and comes across several experiences. College festivals offer a chance to do all this and much more to a fresher who is willing to hop on to the festival bandwagon. Every student should experience this organization process at least once during the course of their undergraduate studies....   [tags: importance of socialization in higher education] 721 words
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The Importance of Freedom of Speech in Higher Education - ... If a student was always trying to hide a trait from everyone then they wouldn’t respond or share their thoughts like they should. Therefore, the student wouldn’t get the responses that they need to improve their mind and get a good education. Freedom of speech also gives the student the ability to share who they are over time and with whom they choose so they can slowly become comfortable with themselves. At the University of Delaware they created an orientation program that demonstrated how important this sense of acceptance within yourself is....   [tags: acceptance, ideas, restriction] 789 words
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The Importance of Comprehensive Sex Education to Decrease Teen Pregnancies - In the United States today, many teenage girls are facing lots of problems. New problems are rising such as an increased pregnancy rate among teenagers. Our teenage girls are less developed and unprepared for the problems which come along with their decision to have sex. It is also too early for teenage girls to become pregnant. Many teens think having a baby is some sort of joke. They believe it will never happen to them but the reality is that every time teens have sex, there is a possibility that the sperm will find its way to the egg if they do not get protection....   [tags: teen pregnancy, argumentative, persuasive]
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Education In Developing Countries - 1- Introduction Education is considered to be one of the most is important thing in our life. we can say that education is the knowledge or the skill that can be taken . Education can teach us as individuals or communities the good things and the bad , it can help us to have a good choice for our future based on our strengths or weakness ( in high school you can gain these skills ) and direct us to our role in society . Some countries do not have good standards in education , resulting in a society having aimless lives....   [tags: Importance, Shifting Standards]
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Parents and Education - Parents and Education I am writing primarily to parents who have children in elementary school and high school, but teachers, librarians, and other members of school staff ought to listen as well. My position is that both parents should be closely involved in the school life of all their children. Education is a very important part of all societies and cultures. The education system plays a key role in the early lives of all citizens of the United States of America. The nature and extent of an individual’s formal education will generally have great effects upon their entire life....   [tags: Education]
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