Standard Availability to Formal Education: Humanity’s Investment to Itself

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It is in the interest of all humanity that standard availability to formal education be made available to all humanity regardless of color, creed, class, and so forth. There are many adjectives in life such as race, religion, and economic status that falsely lead humanity into believing they are the adjectives that divide humanity as they separate us into hierarchy classes, but in truth, the real divider of humanity is ignorance. Establishing standard availability of formal education to all humanity is key to uniting humanity and increasing life quality for all. We are lucky to live in a nation where at least pre-k through the 12th grade education is acknowledged as a basic human right. From birth, the majority of us are taught if we …show more content…
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