Education Vs Education

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Every country around the world is different; by education, language, and its culture, no two countries are the exact same. England a country in Europe only requires students to attend school until they’re 16, as in the United States most students attend school until they’re 18, and then pursue education. Education is a huge part of society, the higher level of education you have, the higher level in society you are because education allows you to get better jobs than no education or little education. Many students look to college from a young age, training to be ready for the test and taking hard courses to prepare themselves. No matter which country you are in or grade all smart students look to college and prepare for college. Students …show more content…
You have to work hard for yourself and others; at one point your family moved to America, and many generations had to work hard to get your family where it is now. My mother 's family came from Italy, where they speak a different language. The man who first moved from America had to adapt, he changed his name and his career. For example, in the documentary “Having Our Say: The Delany Sisters’ First 100 Years” two African American women are growing up during a racial time in America. They are the inferior class, but their father sets high values and expectation for them. Sadie the older sister becomes the first black women teacher in New York City, her sister Bessie goes on to college to become a dentist. Even during hard times the family works hard to have a good life pursuing education and helping others. All families must go through hard and tough decisions and choices to be where they are in present time, and to provide for their own family. Even people from other countries have the same ethic to work hard to achieve for their families who did the same for …show more content…
In Great Britain students are prepared for universities by primary and secondary schools, however grammar schools a form of a secondary school preparing for the Britain GCSE a standardized test, has shown great scores. Non-Selective secondary schools have a lower test score and say its rising, but it really isn 't (“Comprehensive Schools Failing.. Says Regulatory). The schools are slowly falling behind on their students so to fix it the Britain testing is getting harder to apply them to advanced life in the future. An article about China named “Inside a Chinese Test-Prep Factory” by Brook Larmer explains how the Gaokao also a standardized test to get into college. Students prepare for the test long before it is actually taken because it is so important. The Chinese families rely on their children to pass the hard exam to make it to college so they can provide for their family, but that puts a lot of stress on the test taker, for example, it says “Teenage suicide rates tend to rise as the gaokao nears”, showing just how much stress is but the on students. As seen many nations around the world prepare their students for college and their future career so they can compete with other excellent students in the

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