Having a good education is very vital in today’s world and has always been. There are numerous amounts of reasons and benefits. Education basically decides the outcome of your life. It decides the outcome of your life because how educated you are controls the decision making in your life. Being well educated helps you pick a good career. You make good health decision with a good education. Not only does a good education help you make good long term decision but also short term everyday decision making. Fredrick Douglass wrote in his narrative “I wish to learn how to write, as I might occasion to write my own pass” (Dancing With Tigers 25). Having a good education is like writing your own pass to a successful and happy life. Education doesn’t start when first start pre-school, daycare, or elementary school. It starts at the very beginning of your life. You learn what is right and wrong as an infant. You learn what is good to put in your mouth and what is not. So your first educators are your parents or whomever you are raised by. So whomever raises you could determine how you will start life. The way you speak and talk all depends on who you are around. So some people may get educated better early in their life just because of where they are from or where they live. Being well educated early in life has its advantages because it helps you communicate well with others at an early age. Also you can get into higher level schools where you can learn at a faster pace. If school is easy to you at an early age then it is most likely to continue as you go from grade to grade. As you get older education becomes more important and also has a lot more benefits too. It is more important because getting older means you have more responsibilities and more difficult decision to make. Also getting older means your body grows so you have to learn to take extra care for your body and stay in good health. With a good education you can make the transition in life...
Cited: Connelly, Mark, Joseph Trimmer and Fredrick Douglass. Dancing With the Tigers. Mason, OH: Cengage Learning, 2008. Print.
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