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    Education plays an important role in the social institution as modern society teaches knowledge and abilities that emphasizes societies values and standards that is later taken on in life. In reference to the United Nations Declaration of Universal Right, which indicates that each children deserves the right to free education. Conflict theorist perspectives, on the education system maintain the social class construction whilst schools reserve the social separation in civilization and support the upper class to reestablish their supremacy in society. Hidden curriculum uncovers unprinted aims at schools in aspects such as coaching compliance to authority and conformity to cultural standards that restores social inequalities. Though correspondence…

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    Environmental education is critical to the progression of any society. A person’s connection with their surrounds is vital because they need to have a sense of place and understand what is around them. In order to understand what your surrounds are you have to learn and be taught which is why environmental education is so important when it comes to societies respecting nature. In education no matter the subject the way the lesson is delivered plays a key role in how the student receives it. A…

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    Education Vs Education

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    money? Millions of people assume that citizens go to college in order to make a lot of money even if they are going for something that they do not actually love. That is not the case! Education is much more than money-making, for one spends thousands of dollars to get educated. In Reading to Write by Stephen King, Mother’s Tongue by Amy Tan, and Why Education by Lydia Hale, it is made clear that people are educated in order to be successful in their passion. On top of passion, education leads to…

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    Education produces students who enter the world confidently to challenge the ideas of others as well as their own. Students find answers about the world which can not be taught completely in a classroom. After all, “education is not filling a bucket but lighting a fire” (Yeats). Eventually, the build up of memorized information will be lost in the overflow, but the motivation and passion to learn will be fueled infinitely. Therefore, education in schools should not be about the meaningless work…

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    America needs to fully funding education for citizen. I believe, everyone have equal chance to gain high education quality standard and excellent institution. The cost of college tuition has increased dramatically for the past decade. I strongly believe the government should invest in more college funding for the all public colleges and universities because it will benefit our economic society. By making tuition free, unfortunate students will have a better chance to have high paying jobs,…

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    In 2016, nearly everyone involved in the education system (parents,students, teachers, researchers) can tell that things are changing, fast. As a young educator-in-training, I see these shifts in real life each week, as I compare my own experiences with those I had growing up. I currently teach 8th graders at Riverside Middle School when I myself was an 8th grader around 8 years ago, and the difference I see is stark. Each student now has a chromebook, which they use frequently and efficiently.…

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    Your lifeblood, I like that image, melodrama and all. I agree university students should have more opportunities earlier in their education to try out teaching. When I finally decided to go to university full-time, I blindly went into a physics degree, only because I was good at it while I was upgrading. But, I actually wanted to be a lawyer or a teacher. So, since the JD program is an after degree, I thought I 'd start with teacher and then if I could do well enough in school I 'd write the…

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    financially, I always just assume that is the way life was. While my father was still in the military we did not have to worry about losing a roof over our head; we only had that concern after my dad was medically discharged from the Army. For as long as I can remember I had always had to work a little harder and put in a little extra time when it came to academic endeavors. While my dad was in the military, my learning difficulties were blamed on the umbilical cord wrapped around my neck at…

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    School vs. Education The public schools today in America are not educating their students but schooling them. Schooling them to memorize test answers instead of understanding the moral concept of what they’re learning. “My schooling was about facts and figures, rather than understanding and moral formation”, says Darrow Miller when looking back on his reflection on his own education which supports my claim. Passing standardized testing today has become the main goal of teachers and…

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    As quickly as the world, government, society, and education system is changing, so should our purpose of education. The purpose of education has always changed to fit in with the current needs of society, which often leads to the undermining of many other important functions that education must fulfill. I argue that education must be an active process that takes on this challenge of keeping up with society. The purpose of education should be inquiry because it pushes students to go through a…

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