The Role Of Education In The Third World

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The performance of the education system is an issue that causes controversy in our society. Education is often mirrored by the society in which it is used, by either benefiting from a wealthy society or being compromised in a less fortunate society. Educational levels are vital to the ability of countries to have future growth. Countries that invest in education, particularly primary education, show greater rates of return on that investment and are likely to grow in the future. An example of this would be the ability of each generation to pass down the torch of education to their children and then have them attain better jobs and more culture than their elders. This would then become a way of life for that culture rather than a haphazard occurrence.…show more content…
In the United States, education is believed to be a building block to one’s future; thus helping shape and mold their characteristics. If we are responsible for how education is taught in our schools, the future generations will attain goals unheard of in the preceding ones. Three basic topics that greatly distinguish educational systems in the first world vs the third world would be the certifications of teachers, accommodations to disabled students and the nutritional
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