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    the same place I spent the late hours of my Friday night. Groggily I get dressed and leave without breakfast. When I arrive, it is dark, empty and cold. The lonely feeling replaces what was bright, full and warm just hours ago. This place is the gymnasium at my high school. For four years, I have exerted sweat, tears, and even blood in this place. On this stage, four years of my growing up and maturing were played out for anyone willing to pay two dollars. I have been everywhere in this gym, from

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    Education differs from one country to another because every country possesses its own system of education. However, it is commonly believed that Finland has the world’s best education system (Gamerman,2008). So, its education system differs in many ways from the other countries like the one in Germany. The Finnish education system consists of basic education, upper secondary and higher education (Vossensteyn,2008) whereas German education system consists of primary education, secondary education

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    How the College Bubble Will Pop

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    "Education is our passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare for it today" (Richardson 382). One of the most amazing things people have dreamt to obtain is the “American Dream”. It is so profound in all the things it can symbolize. It is freedom, justice, but most of all, it is a hope for a better way of life. The immigrants who made the long and dangerous voyage to America wanted their children to have experiences that they never got to experience, one of those things

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    Effects of Poverty in Schools

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    A child miseducated is a child lost. As we have evolved into a mostly efficient country, we still have obstacles regarding education. According to Lucy Hart, students of lower economic statuses often face additional problems like resources, learning conditions, and poor motivation that negatively affects their academic performance. Families with lower incomes struggle with providing academic support for their children. They have limited time and financial resources, making it hard to create a good

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    My Likes and Dislikes of Athenian Education In this assignment I am going to be discussing what I would like and dislike about Athenian education. Firstly I am going to discuss an Athenian girls education because there is quite little of it. Girls didn't go to school, they stayed at home with their mothers so they never learnt how to read or write. At home they would learn how to run the household and keep everything tidy. They would be taught how to do the cooking, spinning, weaving and

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    The Power of the Pen

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    Take a second and imagine your life without an education, not even enough to learn how to read or write. What is left? Can you imagine a future for yourself, nonetheless aspire to one? I know that I would be nothing without my education, since it is my most valuable possession in life, and I would not be dreaming nearly as big as I am now, at least not realistically. Now that you have been deprived of something so valuable, watched as it was stolen from you, what are you going to do about it? Are

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    Education has become a more popular topic since ‘The Universal of Declaration of human rights’ has been established by United Nations. People care about education more and consider that as a factor that affect other areas, like economy. Speaking of economy, I defined it as the blood of a country because blood is so important to people’s health and no one can survive without that, and so does the role of economy acts in a country. Besides, the economic condition, which means how well functioning the

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    Students Deserve A College Tuition

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    Think about this: a straight F student with a family that has a sufficient amount of money. This student gets to go to the best college that their family’s money can buy, which will probably go to waste on partying. Now compare that to a straight A student, living in a too-small temporary place, and no way to pay the bills. This student is everything a college could dream of having, and they actually care about their education. Sadly enough, though, they will never go because how can someone possibly

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    Loving Life

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    In the “The Gibson Girl Goes to College,” by historian Lynn D. Gordon, Gordon documents the trials of women in education through the 1890’s to the 1920’s. Gordon specifically focuses on college life, views on women, the effect of a college education, curriculum and their sexual revolution through this time. Women experienced difficulties on campus in the late 1800’s. Though a co-ed university would admit them, they were not extended the same privileges as men were. They would not receive housing

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    Poor Education is a Cyclical Trap

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    Unduabtidly, thi onediqaeti cundotoun uf uar cuantry’s idacetoun systim os cyclocel. Thi livil uf puvirty on thi Unotid Stetis os hogh; thirifuri, icunumoc prublims privint meny frum riciovong saffocoint idacetoun. Thos difocoincy privints hoghir livils uf liernong, whoch stend on thi wey uf uar netoun’s icunumoc gruwth. Thos sotaetoun os somalteniuasly wodispried end cuntonauas. Thi ompurtenci on pruvodong bittir idacetounel uppurtanotois shuald bi ricugnozid, sappurtid end infurcid on uar cuantry

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