Education Makes a Difference

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Education Makes a Difference
From one-room schoolhouses in tiny village huts to technologically advanced college classrooms, education assumes many forms and functions. Yet uniting every kind of learning is the promise to the public that whatever the position people occupy and frustrations people meet, they will have chances to access to transforming themselves through the valuable education. Education makes the opportunities for people regaining the hope and motivation and it also gives the possibility for people to learn skills and find their hidden talent. The social environment is filled of inequity and prejudice to the poor class crowds and exerts a negative influence on them. Without precious hopes and goals, some people became aimless and started to sink into depravity. What’s worse, they begin to refuse the chance to get help from other aspects, such as education. Someone without appropriate education, many people believe, is a victim of the adverse circumstance, deprived of the greatest opportunity of mobility in the society. The society leaves the despair and frustration to torment the disadvantaged group, whereas the education inspires people and rekindle the hope for them. Education offers unlimited opportunities generously to people who really value it, because it opens the door to younger generations, thus allowing the effect of the education accumulates and influence the present and the future. For instance, in the essay “Unforgettable Miss Bessie” by Carl Rowan, a ordinary teacher called Miss Bessie of a black school use her position and her spirit to help students cultivate the ability of literacy and learn to face the frustrations in daily life bravely and even the prevailing social discrimination. She told her students never to belittle themselves and lower the standard of their study just because of the positions where they current stood at. On other hand , she knew what her students really needed and was involved with them. In my...
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