Achieving Academic Excellence EN110
Writing Assessment 5_06
January 13, 2013
“Why college education is important to me"
Being a teacher is the first step to changing the youth of today’s minds one brain at a time. I feel education is the key in making a career driven person. I know many say education begins in the home but that’s just the foundation to a college ready child teachers are often the second source of this very important foundation. We are the tools used to make a child ready for future they are going to have. It gets even better with all the new ways you can be college ready or even attend colleges around the world. Not just the old fashion paper and pencil deal we can use the technology today to be a college graduate. Even so it still needs the knowledge of an instructor who is educated to lead a college student to a career. You just don’t want someone with lack of experience trying to educate you about something they absolutely know nothing about. That’s you I know college is important to me because I want children to succeed and dream the most spontaneous dream. I want children to walk away and feel the difference I made in the their life. That’s the joy of being an educator but to get there I have to get a college degree to teach. It’s my dream and it maybe a far aim but I’m shooting for it and hoping not to miss.
I knew I wanted to work with as a teacher since high school but not just any teacher. I want to teach in special education field with the pre-school. College was the only way to reach my dream of being an educator. As we all know life as a whole different way of letting you reach your goals. This made me decided to do online it would be my only option because we both have to work to support the family and we got married so young. I took and interest in our local Pre- school and as Childcare workers article says, "Often, these positions require additional training such as a bachelor's or...
Bibliography: "Often, these positions require additional training such as a bachelor 's or master 's degree."
(2008). Highest paying jobs without college. MyPlan.com, LLC, 2009; Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, 2008. Retrieved on 2/10/13 from http://www.myplan.com/careers/top-ten/highest-paying-without-college.php
" Average earnings ranged from $18,900 for high school dropouts to $25,900 for high school graduates, $45,400 for college graduates, and $99,30 for workers with professional degrees (M.D. J.D, D.D.S, OR D.V.M."
Day, J.C., Newburger, E.C., The Big Payoff: Educational attainment and Synthetic Estimates of Work-Life Earnings, U.S. Department of Commerce, 2002. Retrieved on 2/15/13 from http://www.census.gov/prod/2002pubs/p23-210.pdf
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