Analysis Of Sisterhood Is Complicated The Necessity To-Educational Institutions

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In the last half century, looking back what human being have created and achieved in science, technology, economy, society and art ect, is the tremendous accomplishments. This has being created by the nation all over the world not just a particular developed country. Now we are living in extensive, increasingly complex society. But how come we could rapidly grow up? There were tons of people who were contributed to make this world great with their effort but there are the guides that educational institutions plays a important role in leading them to the real-world. The educational institutions have been demanding to not only provide education of new technology and information but also teach how to have leadership, communication better, understanding…show more content…
On the other hand, Ruth Padawer shows in her essay, Sisterhood Is Complicated the necessity to--- Educational Institutions are in duty to offer equal opportunities to all its students. Besides, educational institutions have responsibilities to provide mentally support to its students. It is also necessary to cope with school issues related to its students and society…show more content…
Yo-Yo Ma insists "Evolution is the balance between stability and changes necessary to cope with new challenges in the environment."(259) Schools and colleges should be ready to accept the changes of new environment and consider deeply their attitude and policy. Yo-Yo Ma argues "Empathy is the other key tool. Empathy and imagination, the artificial layering of different realities, are linked.(259) Empathy is the important key tool that can make education institutions be flexible towards acceptance of new environment. Ruth Padawer writes "We've had a lot of conversations about how to stress women's leadership and women's empowerment and at the same time, include people who may not identify as women."(326) This is the good example of conflict between the systems of education, students and their concerns. And Ruth Padawer argues "what is clear is that whatever word each person is hollering is immensely significant as a proclamation of existence, even if it's hard to make out what anyone else is

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