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Education truly is the difference, the difference between a successful future and one that is not so bright, the difference between a well-paying job and one that pays just enough to exist, the difference in job satisfaction and job dissatisfaction. No, these generalizations are not always true, but most frequently they are. A high school graduate earns more over a lifetime than one who drops out; a two-year post high school degree most often yields higher earnings than a high school graduate. A four-year degree (which often requires five, six, seven, or more years) trumps the first two. And p
Education is important. It is a lifetime treasure that no one can steal from you. It is important that all of the people in this world are able to go to school because this is the only way wherein they can reach success. There are different problems that disable an individual from going to school which is really very depressing to hear.
When parents get involved in the academic (and other) aspects of their child's school life, a certain kind of magic happens. A new partnership is formed between the parents, teachers and the child, and the entire schooling process takes on a richer, revitalized meaning.
If you are a good communicator in your own culture, does that automatically make you competent in another culture? The answer is no, if you only interpret through your own cultural glasses and don't take cultural differences into account.
The average American worker has fifty interruptions a day, of which seventy percent have nothing to do with work. ~W. Edward Deming. You probably have your own estimate - and it may surprise you what the total number is. Here are some suggestions to curtail and divert as many interruptions (from others) as possible:
I think kids should have the power to hire and fire their teachers. Students are the ultimate customers. That being said, I don't think a student should be able to get pissed off at a teacher and say, "You're fired!" There has to be a trustworthy process like the election system used by the Sudbury Valley School of Framingham, Massachusetts. Each year, students vote on how well a staff member is serving the community and on if they would like to see that staff