The Importance Of Education - Importance Of Education

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Importance of education When I was younger, I firmly believed that my education didn 't matter. During my freshman year I had no attention to pass any of my classes. I could care less because I was an illegal immigrant and all odds of me ever to attend university were nowhere to be seen. This all started when I found out that my big brother was forced to withdraw from his airplane pilot class due to status in this country. It broke my heart to see him break into tears as he was forced to let go of his dream. I didn 't want that to happen to me, so I decided not try at all. My sophomore year was an academic repeat of my freshman year. In other words I didn 't do so good that year either. My mother would lecture on and on about how I shouldn 't let anyone, or any rule dictate how I handle my future. I thought how I 've let down my parents for all their hard work over the years. They went to hell and back just to get my family and I where we are now. My parents sort of pushed me to want more for myself .I knew it wasn’t fair for me just throw away my education like how I was. Once I started to apply myself more in school I figured out that school was, so easy. I started to recognize the potential and what I was capable of. I also realized most of the people in the same classes were like me; they didn’t even care. The teachers knew too, so most of them didn’t care if most of classmates passed or failed. I made a drastic change that helped me with my
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