The importance of education (A)
One may be able to understand the importance only after you know exactly, the definition of education and its impact on human. Education could be formal or informal. Formal education is basically what we experience in the class room through structured education where one goes through elementary, middle school, high school, and post Secondary School (College, trade, technical school or university). Informal education, on the other hand could be any form of education outside of the standard; it could be any such as homeschooling, etc. Education encompasses both the teaching and learning of knowledge, proper conduct, and technical competency. It thus focuses on the cultivation of skills, trades or professions as well as mental, moral, and aesthetic development. The importance of education should never be undermined. Universally, people agreed that education is the key to a healthy mind and a successful life. The technological achievement that we enjoy today came to us through education. It was not through accident, or luck, but through the hard work of high achievers. Human growth and development over the centuries has been steered by education. As we transitioned from stone age – savagery, through feudalism to modern government and religion, and now that we live in paradisiacal suburbia that lie beneath the shadows of the modern cosmopolitan skylines; a world transformed by Internet technology that has placed the world at one’s fingertips. These growths of intelligence through invention and discoveries have been possible only through education. It has been documented that every dollar spent in proactive education reduces the dependence on reactive government dole and incarceration by three dollars. As Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once said, we must remember that intelligence is not enough. Intelligence plus character – is the goal of true education. The complete education gives one not only power of concentration, but worthy...
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