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    Education can be complex piece in society to make changes or to recreate another perspective from people, but is education for economic growth or for human development that is a question that many times we ask ourselves while going to school. Growing in a society who indirectly tells citizens that going to school, getting a degree or a higher education will let them to have an economic growth instead of making them realize is for human development contradicts some parts of our constitution. Having a necessity in the United States of getting an economic stability can be challenging if we do not choose the right path in education. On the other hand of the world, India believes in the same ideas that United States has regarding education. India has a big economic growth through foreign investment who do little for education and health in the country. Reading “Education for Democracy” by Martha Nussbaum explains some comparison points about education between United States and India. India believes and took some parts of our constitution for their own constitution due to the similarities they share with their education. This is one quote that represents how similar India’s constitution is compare to the United States constitution “We the people … Justice … Liberty … Equality of status and of opportunity and to promote among them all” (Austin 62). This…

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    Art Educations: The Positive effects towards human brain It help low socioeconomic status teenagers and adults have 15 percent more likely to enroll in a highly or moderate selective four-year college than low-arts, low socioeconomics status students, students with access to it are three times more likely than students who lacked those experiences to earn a bachelor’s degree. If you are wondering what it refers to, I’m talking about art educations. Today I am here to inform you about the…

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    Frederick Douglass Education allows us to see the world in a new light and gives us opportunities to better ourselves. To be educated can mean many things but in many ways becoming educated can liberate us. It can liberate us from socio-comic strains or simply from our own stubborn opinions. Through the process of becoming “educated” we can learn to see things from a whole different perspective. For Frederick Douglass, education allowed him to become aware of the cruelty and disgusting truth…

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    I chose Women’s education in developing countries as my topic for the Argumentative Essay. This topic was not the first to pop into my mind I was planning on doing discrimination against African Americans but as I started my research something did not feel right and then this topic seemed like something that I could really dive into. Throughout the world there are many countries that do not give women an equal education as the men because of many different reasons. Some reasons include religion,…

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    marketable academic areas, striving to reach for social goals which are under-valued by the market. This would allow worthwhile fields such as community health to compete with commercially viable fields such as biomedical science. This idea calls for communism of the academic sphere to exist within a capitalist system to attempt to further optimize the value of academic exchange and discovery. An example of a policy obstructing this solution which would permit businesses to acquire patents from…

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    With the advent of commercial priorities and contracts affecting the academic enterprise as a whole, the controversy of how North American higher education has been influenced by consumerism and for-profit competition is a hot topic within university politics. The amalgamation of academic capitalism and the North American post-secondary industry threatens the publicly-minded ideals on which many believe are the defining principles of higher education. Through the discussion of the transformation…

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    Village to Victory: How an Educational Evolution Brought Opportunity to My Family The more you learn, the more places you can go is the old maxim that my parents used to tell me growing up. Their emphasis on education was no hollow adage, but rather a family motto that has endured through generations. Education is a constitutionally protected right in India, where they house the third most extensive education system in the globe. From the lessons people learned in classrooms to the childhood…

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    for God and the things of God. Given these points, we can see how a “vocation” and a “sub-vocation” could guides and shape a Christian’s life on a whole. Let’s ask the question of how should Christian vocation guide and shape a college education? To start off, it is known that our ultimate vocation is to honor and glorify God through our service to His kingdom. Part of honoring and glorifying God could be done through the pursuit of a higher education, for example going to college, preferably,…

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    process but some of them are of critical importance to increase the level of productivity of a nation. One of these critical variables is education, education can be interpreted as in investment on human capital. Education will provide better and more prepared workers. These workers will represent a good attractive for foreign investor to put their money on Lisavia. Foreign inversion is one the most powerful tool with which an economy can grow. As one last important suggestion, I would say that…

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    When we think of secondary education, we do not appreciate it, since we are all entitled to learn it eventually. When we look at other parts of the world, however, Indigenous people value education more than we can ever imagine. This statement shows in the Young Adult Novel, The Diary of a Part-Time Indian since it depicts Junior, an Indigenous character from the Spokane Clan, who is in a state of poverty and is at a high disadvantage when dealing with the issue of education. In the novel,…

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