I believe it is essential for education to teach young people about their rights and responsibilities. How a student should act, think, and feel is very important, especially for students that are from poor backgrounds. I personally believe it is important for our children to know about the rights they have, about the values they should uphold, and about what they can do to get the best education possible.
At the end of the day, I know that education is what makes a person a person. We learn how to think, how to act, and how to feel. We learn to make decisions based on moral values and morals, which is what drives us to do the right thing. A young person should not only be taught to think, but also to act from a position of moral responsibility and self-knowledge.
I think there are many problems with the education system. For starters, it is an incredibly expensive endeavor, one that should be a national effort. And it is a massive effort that only the most well-off can afford. It takes hours of your time to attend an endless, endless lecture (and you have to pay for it) and it is also incredibly difficult to get a good, solid education.
I’m not going to try and take your word for it, but I’m going to say that someone should be educated about the various facets of life. For instance, one of the most important aspects of life is to get a good job. To get a good job, your parents will need to have a good education, but your parents might never get a good education until you graduate from high school.
In India, India, India, education is extremely expensive. In fact, a student who wants to pursue a job in India will end up taking out student loans to cover that cost for the rest of their life. And even if the parents are doing okay financially, they may not have a good education until that student graduates college. In other words, a person with a good education will be more likely to get a job than a person with a poor education.
Asha is the first Hindu girl to go to college (and to graduate). She’s got an upperclassman who teaches her many things: math, physics, chemistry, history, languages, and more. She’s also got a good attitude and is always willing to do whatever is asked of her. She’s a good student, but she needs to work on her English. It’s not exactly a secret that she can’t read the English language well.
Because Shes a good student, is more likely to get a job then a college dropout. Because Shes a good student, is more likely to get a good job. Because Shes a good student, is more likely to get a good job. Because Shes a good student, is more likely to get a good job. Because Shes a good student, is more likely to get a good job. Because Shes good student, is more likely to get a good job.
Its not that she doesnt like English. Its just that she doesn’t speak it very well. The reason she’s so bad at it is because she’s actually fluent in Japanese and Cantonese. So when she’s trying to say the words, it doesn’t come out right. Shes a good student, but she’s also a bad teacher.
This one has been a point of contention for me for a while now. But it seems to be coming to a head in my own household. My daughter is a good student. She loves English. But she also loves reading. And she has a lot of free time. So our household is not conducive to her learning English well. Which is why I’m getting sick of this argument that she should learn English well.
Asha is a good student, but she also has a lot of free time. And so she keeps reading. And she is in a good school.