Throughout my life I have been a person who has always favored competition. Furthermore, I have always realized that education is of utmost importance within my life. I believe that education is a key factor within the path of success towards my future career and traveling has always been a necessity within my life. Moreover, I have always valued the significance and purpose of family. I also believe that being physically and mentally healthy will help me become a better individual. The four-way attention chart is a method of emphasizing one’s overall plan by stating the importance of different domains, “work”, “family”, “community”, and “self”, and the focus of time and energy spent on those domains. At the current time, I think that it is safe to say that my future career and personal goals are aligned with my four-way attention chart to a certain extent. Within my four-way attention chart (Figure 1), I identified that education is the most crucial aspect of my life, and it surely aligns with my goal of being a CEO one day. Being a CEO surely isn’t easy and the position itself requires a lot of work experience as well as a high level of education, because the position is obligated to have a lot of responsibilities within the firm such as managing the company’s resources and utilizing them efficiently. The required education is a minimum of a bachelor’s degree and the preferred education is a master’s degree, according to (Society For Human Research Management). The job
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Ever since 1840 American public schools have been running off of the same routine. Students are stuck in school sitting in a class, taking tests, or quizes, over and over again in the same exact routine. The creativity of children are being washed out of them and are being penalized for their unique differences. Education in schools are keeping children's minds wrapped up in a bubble to become a unified society. In the article “Against School” by John Gatto he expresses the boring environment in public schools. Gatto talks about how schooling shouldn’t be the answer for everything yet an education should.
According to the book on page 363, “education is a social institution through which a society’s children are taught basic academic knowledge, learning skills, and cultural norms.” Every nation has some sort of educational system which teaches all of these thing and each system varies greatly. What affects the educational systems the most is the money that goes into supporting each system. Many factors come into the amount of money that is spent on educations. A main one is the wealth of the country that particular system is in. The countries that have little to nothing are barely able to support any kind of education, if any. This is a social concern for many countries.
There is a famous quote by Miles Kingston that states, "knowledge is knowing a tomato is a fruit. Wisdom is not putting it in a fruit salad." Often people use the words Knowledge, Wisdom, and Education interchangeably. However, this is far from appropriate. Currently, being an educated individual does not necessarily mean that that individual is wise or knowledgeable but simply that he or she has had an "education" and therefore carries a level of status and qualification.
In an idealistic world, one’s education would not be determined by their social class or living environment. Instead, those who live in the low class outskirts of an urban industrial population to those who live in ritzy suburban homes and are part of the private school system would be learning the same values and have similar if not equal curricula. However, we as a society have not managed to make this ideal applicable. Instead we find ourselves with an education system that seems to benefit those with favourable living conditions. As discussed in Anyon’s “Social Class and the Hidden Curriculum of Work”, depending on your economic status, you may be taught to just “Follow the steps in a procedure” as per the working class schools or how to independently carry out your creative activities as found in the affluent professional school. These very different extremes have an effect on one’s future by setting you up for a life as a factory worker or as a lawyer. It is this economical and social structure that I had to overcome to get to where I am today.
Education, a necessity for many people to become successful later in life. When the option for education is taken away from a person, it is more difficult to progress in a career. Many people that aren’t allowed to go to school are not executing their full potential and no one would ever know if that person would have amounted to greatness that our country needed. There are many reasons that people are not allowed to go to school, it is commonly because of sex, race or where someone’s from. That’s is why, “The only way we can fight back is to excel” an article by D. Russakoff has multiple testimonies from Dreamers that can no longer do things they were once able to do. The only way I feel like I can relate to this is where I grew up and how much harder for people to get an education.
Education is a key factor of individual well-being, social progress, and inclusive growth. In the modern society, with increasing competitive pressure within individuals and countries, well-educated elites are needed. While more people realize the importance of education, in many countries, there are still a large quantity of problems with education such as education inequality and low quality education. In order to solve these problems, governments should restore more funds on education, since it can help eliminate the social inequality, bring more skilled workers, and raise the country's economical incomes.
Having an education is one of the most important things to have no matter where you are. My entire life I have envisioned myself as a teacher. When I was young I would line up my stuff animals and give them math problems to solve. As I grew older my passion never faded. In middle school I began volunteering as an assistant soccer coach where I would sit and help teach new skills, from there in high school I did my student internship at a local middle school. Not only did I have experience in these classes, I also was able to sit in my Mothers middle school math classes. So when I got to college I knew that I wanted to follow in my mom’s footsteps. Currently, being in my field study and middle education classes I have learned that becoming a teacher is one of the most rewarding and influential careers someone could choose. Middle school aged students are going through the transitional years of their lives. These students are changing provocatively, whether it be physical, intellectually morally, psychologically or socially, these changes will impact who they will be in the future. While students are going through these changes they need a role model in their lives to represent and guide them through these challenges. Each student is changing at different rates. Boys and girls are both beginning puberty at this point of their life, their bodies are changing rapidly physically, and new things are going on with their bodies that they have not experienced before. These changes
Education is a necessary asset as it prepares children for adult life teaching them critical thinking skills as well as providing access to knowledge about the world they live in. Education imparts life tools, developing intellect as well as personal character, largely impacting many students lives, biasing their roles and lifestyles as adults. Black children suffer from an inadequate education as a result of an issue we legally eliminated sixty years ago, race. Since whites have been given the upper hand black children struggle for equal access to quality education. Over the years white influence has caused hardships that limit blacks from access to equal education. Black children are deprived of a quality education because of the lack of choice available to them caused by the restrictions associated with their race, lowering their likelihood to succeed. Being in this predicament ignites little belief and causes profuse sacrifices, resulting in defining freedom in a country where freedom is supposedly accessible to all, rather as something that is not complimentary but must be worked for.
The way you grow up directly affects how successful you are in the future. Many parents can’t provide as much to their children to give them the necessities they need for school, medical care, and even the basic needs. When it comes down to it, the way a kid is taken care of shapes who they are as a person and their development in this world.
Parents put their children through the educational system with the hope that their education will lead to real world success. Many skills and lessons are taught and learned in the average 12-year education that children are required to undergo. Although schools teach many subjects such as math, science, and English; many would criticize that they do not adequately prepare students for real life. Some, if not most, classes that are required during grade school teach useless life lessons that are not transferable to the real world. These classes are tested and graded by a system that is not visible in real life. All throughout a student’s education, teachers who may not care about the students, train them to pick a degree and get a job, without offering more creative life plans. This letter is being written to inform you, the school board, of the flaws in the public school’s curriculum and ways to improve them.
Intelligence means applying knowledge learned in school and college to everyday life, which helps individuals achieve personal goals and aims in the game of life. The value of education is different for human beings. According to some people innovation in education should not be luxury it should be necessity, but on the other hand some people think that education can be gathered without attending schools according to some people book smart are not always smart. From a middle-class family to an upper-class family, education is extremely important in society, as it is the assessing tool for predictable success. Education leads to greater success in life, and the right and education provides skills that lead to long-term employment, future
Why school? Throughout life, we always tend to wonder whether or not having an education is beneficial and can end up leading to a life of success. As students, we always search for the deliverance that will help us to answer this question. When we are young, we view school as a place to meet new people and a place that we go to have fun. But once we grow out of this stage, we wonder what the true reasoning behind education actually is. We as students tend to outgrow the day to day lifestyle of forcing ourselves out of bed every morning to go to a place we have no idea to interpret what we are learning and how to apply it to our lives. We are lost, and this guidance that we are in search of, comes from educators who believe that school is
For generations my family has devoted their lives to actual survival and finding contentment. As Armenians, we have struggled through genocide and economical devastation. My family’s lives were focused on their livelihood as human beings. Survival was their first priority and thus education was not really an issue. For my grandparents, it was not even possible to attend school in any form. When my family chose to come to the US, they gave my brother and me the most amazing gift, the opportunity to gain a real education. I was given the chance to not have to struggle with attaining the best education possible. The struggles my family faced helped me realize that education is a true privilege. My family’s lack of education helps me
A stable education is vital for kids and young adults. It’s especially important for younger children. Learning and being taught properly helps to form their brains at an early age and helps insure a lifelong learning opportunity. Fortunately, the U.S has a very stable education system going, but unfortunately, that’s not the case for some new world countries. Some countries aren’t as lucky and developed, and cannot get a correct education system established. Some areas targeted in this goal include, sub-Saharan Africa, Southern Asia, indigenous people, refugee children, and poor children in rural areas. According to the “United Nations”, the amount of children attending school has greatly increased, but most of them do not acquire basic
Education is constantly viewed as the key to success in our world. From birth to adolescence we are cultured and familiarized about education as being the key to success. Two significant areas to education are reading and writing. Even today things that involve education of the individuals, was comparable to those in the past when it comes to reading and writing. Everyone must look at one’s previous experiences to understand how they are like the past. I overcame those difficulties by attaining a parent and teacher assistance, reading multiple books and writing in my notebook. When I received a spelling test from my teacher, I had to ask the teacher why I got one word incorrect; and the teacher had told me that I had written sex instead of