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    Americans and denies the issues with “white privilege.” Black Americans are constantly mistreated and are not given equal treatment in education, wealth, and social status. Although America’s education system appears to provide equal education for all races; educational inequality within America affects black…

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    The purpose of education is to be a well-rounded individual and to discover one’s passion in life. A cultivated individual who contributes to society must have certain skills and attributes; some important skills are creativity, critical thinking, compassion, and tolerance. Each characteristic contributes to growth and development of a well-respected individual of society. An education provides students with the opportunities to discover their likes and dislikes in a safe and controlled…

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    or processes used in the production of goods or services or in the accomplishment of objectives, such as scientific investigation” (pg.1). Even though technology impacts our life it causes problems within our education system. Before I get into technology and its relationship with education, I wanted to touch bases on technology’s purpose. Technology allows people to instantly communicate with anybody in the world. Even though technology was created for that purpose, some people still fail to…

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    happy mother and grandmother. Soon I will be completing my Associate of Arts in Religion and my Bachelor of Psychology. Psalm 138: 8 "The Lord will vindicate me; your love, Lord, endures forever, do not abandon the works of your hands ". Education V As for education, as we know it was not my priority when I was emerging as an adult. According to the data collected, I was extremely happy with my children. Although I was a single and young mother I was always blessed and always had a job. Work…

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    system in the entire world. What If I said that was wrong? And that the U.S. is not a great place to be educated, that if you want to get a good education go to Portugal or that Israel's people have a better education than we do. Most of you would think I'm kidding because we are blinded by our patriotism and freedom. The truth is that when it comes to education the United States is having a hard time keeping up with other countries even though we have better funding and tools for learning.…

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    Is Education a Waste of Education? During high school, many people are asked to decide what they want to be when they grow up. I went through many options before deciding that I wanted to be an elementary school teacher. I thought I could be successful in this career path and was very excited to begin my new adventure. Some people I knew thought otherwise. In general, I was told that I was wasting my time at college by trying to receive a degree in education. At the end of my junior year of high…

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    What is education? This question could receive millions of answers and still never be correctly explained. That is because education is a broad term that is incapable of being accurately defined. With that being said, the purpose of education also is enlarged by the way we identify it. Many would agree that the educational system we currently have recognizes education as something that is measurable with standardized testing, grades, and teacher evaluations. However, education is more than just…

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    Education in this day and age has evolved to become an intricate system of developing individual knowledge on social values and academic knowledge in the context of a technologically advanced global society. However, throughout history it has become clear that the education system across many societies faces new challenges as well as advantages of which the learning experience can be enhanced yet hindered for both students and teachers. Throughout justifying Postman’s theory on technology…

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    such as their views and visions on education. The central purpose for education in Japan has been for “building national unity, developing a technically competent labor force, and identifying and educating its future leaders. (p. 12)” While the American education system was intended more on responding to “local and individual needs,” and enhancing the “efficiency and enjoyment of the individual. (p.12)” Overall, Japanese students receive a far superior education than American students for many…

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    The United States has the number one economy in the world, some of the newest technology in the world, and one of the highest GDPs. In education, however, Americans are lacking in comparison to the rest of the first world. Our schools are much different compared to the rest of the world in terms of administration and curriculum. By observing some of the top schools in the world, it can be seen what strategies work best for schooling and what makes them superior to the rest. A successful country…

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