So many people are putting in so much effort, that I think we should occasionally take a step back and consider the impact we’re having. In considering this question, I have concluded that the goal shouldn’t necessarily be to achieve a “higher state of knowledge”.
Instead, I think we should work to equip our students with the tools they need to go out into the world and shape it for themselves. It’s not a trivial thing, to decide to go to university.
No, not everybody can get education because there are countries which are very poor so they do not have the means of having enough schools in their country.
That means that the families which live in these countries can’t have access to education.
I am going to write about how education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world and what I think about it.
Education is a powerful weapon but only if you can use it for a good use. He went to a university in London called University College London (UCL), he studied law. He fought against the British but not with guns or bombs but with his education and that’s how he saved his country.
I believe that students need a routine to help them think clearly and freely, such as that suggest by the Perennialist approach.
Upon graduating from Concord College, I will attend graduate school and receive my Master’s degree in Education.
Education isn't simply about achieving a “higher state of knowledge”; it’s about equipping our students with the tools they need to go out into the world and shape it for themselves.
Miranda Meents, Ph D Candidate in Botany The British biologist and philosopher Herbert Spencer said “the great aim of education is not knowledge, but action.” As a Ph D student, I have been a great consumer of education, and I believe that my education has dramatically shaped my decisions and actions.