The Importance of Education
The importance of learning and grasping a quality education enables the individual to put his or her potentials to optimal use are clear. Without education, the human mind is incomplete. No individual is a human being in the working world has been able to succeed without some proper source of some kind of education. Now I'm not saying you're not a human without an education; the mind was made to be trained and without education, a person is incomplete in that sense. Education makes a person right thinker and a correct decision-maker. It achieves this by bringing him knowledge from the outside world, teaching him to reason, and acquainting him with past history, so that he may be a better judge of today. Without education, a man just sees a room. With education, he finds himself in a room with all its windows open to the outside world. In other words, people who are not educated have less chance to do what they want to do.
A person that gets a good education will become a more dependable worker, a better citizen, and a stronger consumer. For example, people would rather higher an educated person rather than a non-educated person. When looking at the long-term effects of an education, our economy needs these educated people to know how to keep the economy efficient and not get into a bind in the future.
First you must build a foundation with your education. That starts when you enter into Preschool. If you look at education like building a house you need to start with a strong foundation. If you don’t have a strong foundation, you don’t have anything to build on. Studies shows when you read to your child and turn off the television, then children do much better in school. You must start off good with the basic of education and build from that point. It is good to finish the basic and get your high school education. Knowing how to read and write is knowledge with power. Everyone don’t step into success that easily, so it...
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