A Self-Fulfilling Prophecy Summary

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Education has been a core value in society all our the world for many centuries. Education can be defined as a process to gain knowledge, and basic skills. “The importance of College: A Self-Fulfilling Prophecy” by Daniel Indiviglio takes a closer look at college education. “Those who go to college make more money and have more opportunities than those who don 't.” Those who go to college have a better chance of getting a better future than those, who do not. On the flip side college can be expensive and there is people who cannot afford it. However what does it really mean to get educated or be educated? Education can always be tied back to school, teachers, and tests, but does that really mean you are educated. In today 's society you are looked down upon if you do not go to college, or considered less intelligent. For example the article “You’ve got to find what you love,” by Steve Jobs. The author points out that he is a college drop out and did not see the point of going to college. For those who do not know Jobs is the mastermind of Apple. “I had no idea what I wanted to do with my life and no idea how…show more content…
Daniel Indiviglio the author of “The importance of College: A Self- Fulfilling Prophecy.” did see the importance of it. The author reveals that there is a huge demand for college graduates, and those who finish college have higher wages. “Even though college is expensive, the lifetime earning potential it provides results in its being worth the cost.” Since getting a college degree takes time and money and there is people who cannot afford getting a higher degree of education. Nonetheless going to college out weights not attending college. “As long as employers insist that a degree is necessary, it will continue to be,” so does this mean those who do not have a degree are less educated than those who do have a

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