Essay on How The Rules For Educating Young Children

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Young people are the future of a country and how the countries educates their youth would mostly have a far-reaching impact of their own fates. This essay would explain how the rules for educating young children differed in Tokugawa Japan, 19th-century America, and Iran in the 1980s were deeply influenced by its culture. First of all, the recruitment range of students are slightly different in these countries. For basic education, it is interesting that the nearly widest recruitment range is Tokugawa Japan in the feudal age. The schools in Tokugawa Japan accepted students in every classes even though it had more severe hierarchy. However, the 19th-century America educating system banned a great number of young people to go to school—slave and black. As for the Iran educating system in the 1980s, all the youth basically have the education right. On the other hand, for the higher education, Tokugawa Japan would be quite different from the America and Iran. Due to the fact that Tokugawa Japan was in the feudal age so there were a number of schools were built for the aristocracy who would be the next generation of leaders or governors. Meanwhile, the America and Iran would not have such class problem due to the fact that their hierarchical order was not that leveled. Secondly, religion takes a vital important role in education. For Iran students in the 1980s, especially after the Islamic Revolution when students were educated under the great effect by Islamism. Not until now,…

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