by Anna

If you educate poor people, then they can learn manners and skills that can get them jobs. In this way, the poor families can be fed by at least one member of the family who is educated and has a decent-paying job.

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May 21, 2015
by: Anonymous

When individuals possess a high school level of education, it increases their opportunities. College informed individuals have greater opportunities whereas people without education are eliminated from the running for many jobs.

Apr 16, 2015
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by: Luisa

Education is convertible from one culture to another. One person's style of exploring ideas and conveying the message is totally different from another's. But, education helps every culture to become better.

Oct 31, 2011
Education is valuable, but ...
by: Anonymous

How do you educate people if there are no schools to send them to? Free public education is the norm in the US, but not in all countries.

How do you educate children if their families migrate every few months?

How do you educate children when there is no food on the table?

How do you educate children fending for themselves because their parents have died?

How do you educate children fleeing from war zones? living in refugee camps?

How do you educate children who live on the edges of garbage dumps scouring them to help their families eek out a living? Where do you put the classroom? With what moneys do you build it? How do you get plumbing and electricity where there is none? How many families can afford the loss of one set of helping hands so a child be educated?

Education is great; some countries (or portions thereof) lack the basic infrastructure to support general education.

Aug 25, 2011
Excellent thought
by: wALT

You are right on in your thinking!

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