Education : The True Purpose Of Education

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“If we teach today’s students as we taught yesterday’s we rob them of tomorrow.” John Dewey once spoke this quote to remind his audience that if we keep teaching new generations the same curriculum as we did 30 years ago, our knowledge would never expand or grow. It would simply stay the same. Education is one of the most important tools that is applied to help us young adults succeed, it also teaches us the importance of life and helps us face the challenges in life. I would like to succeed and go through the schooling of a Secondary Education teacher and teach 8th grade English so I teach my students as well as I was taught in school. With that said, knowledge is gained through education that helps enables an individual's’ potential to be the best that they can be. The role of teaching and what has been taught in school has played a huge role in many people's lives in the past generation.
I believe that the true purpose of school is for students to gain certain skills to enter a certain field. I also believe that the purpose of school is to help you get an educated start to life. If we did not have school like we do in this generation you would be uneducated and ignorant to the intellectual side of life. I also believe that school teaches individuals to think critically and to think intensively to get them prepared for the real world. To succeed in earning and developing these skills, in my beliefs, there has to be a positive education environment inside and outside

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