Obtaining and Applying Education

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Education: A World’s problem Education has become a major problem in the development of future generations. Financial issues, government interference, cultural diversity, an innumerable account of limitations have been hindering education over the past centuries. Many may disagree, wondering why we consider this to be an issue due to the apparent improvement reports we receive through different types of media. Nevertheless, there are a range of global issues beginning from the availability of education in poor countries and social/gender discrimination. These are major issues outside our country, but we have so far also turned a blind eye to the issue within our educational system, which relies on an infected and misleading grade point average evaluation. Some countries fight against a financial reality or gender discrimination that denies students from attending educational institutions. However, we are not in a better position due to students not being able to grasp institutions with good grading system. Therefore, after students graduate there is nothing but disappointment. This problem arose because educational institutions are now trying to meet government regulations that may actually hinder real progress over the education system. Because of all these facts we have decided to write to you, the Secretary of Education, in order to uncover the flaws of the world’s and the United States’ education system with the hope that on a future basis we as a first world country can promote principles/values within United States educational institutions’ missions and develop more non-profit communities willing to provide aid within our international neighbors. Availability of Education in Poor Countries The most obvious problem wit... ... middle of paper ... ...Brent, Scherman. “I am not my GPA”. March 23, 2014. Web. Sep 18, 2013. Bokova, Irina. UNESCO. “Teaching and Learning: Achieving Quality for All.” March 23, 2014. Web. 2014. http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0022/002256/225654e.pdf Clark, Helen. UNDP. “The Rise of the South: Human Progress in a Diverse World” . http://www.dol.gov/ilab/programs/ocft/PD F/2008OCFTreport.pdf PAGE NOT FOUND!!!! Moyo, Dambisa. “Why Foreign Aid Is Hurting Africa” March 23, 2014. Web. March 21, 2009. . National and Community Service. “Benefits of volunteering” Corporation for National and Community Service. March 23, 2014. Web. S.f. http://www.nationalservice.gov/serve-your-community/benefits-volunteering
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