One reason why everyone doesn’t finish high school at time is because not everyone starts at the age they suppose to start.My other reason why not everyone finish high school at the same time is because not ev
Abel, I really like the points you made. I recently watched a documentary on public education in America and what you wrote really emphasizes what I learned from that video. Everyone has the right to the same level of education and people shouldn’t be punished because they don’t fall into a certain category. I love the quote you use because it really emphasizes what you’re trying to tell the reader. Amazing work!
These are very good questions to ask about such a serious topic, a topic which is dependent on not only our future success, but the success of our country. Though schooling should be a right for everyone and should be accessible to everyone, in some cases its not. Everyone goes through personal experiences whatever it may be, which limits their school experience. But we should work around these limitations to allow everyone the right to the same level of education. This article gives further information to those who are affected by poverty in America. https://www.childfund.org/Content/NewsDetail/2147489206/
Hey Abel, I really enjoyed reading your post. You made a lot of good points that I really hadn’t thought about before. It is interesting to see another point of view on an issue such as this. I would recommend taking a look at other countries around the world, and how they interact with education. Some may do it slightly better than others, and that could help to fully form your ideas. I hope to read more of your work!
This is an interesting take on education inequality. Many of the points you make are extremely true. Lots of families don’t have access to a good education due to income. It is unfair that those with less money have less opportunities. Hopefully a change is made to support families with low incomes so they can send their children to high quality schools and guarantee them a better future. Thanks for sharing!
Abel, I feel like you covered a lot of important information about education. It is true that students get better education than others. You made some valid points that education should be equal for all regardless of money status and power. Each child deserves the best education that matches their individual strengths and in turn helps them with their weaknesses.
This is a very interesting question as well as important. Everyone deserves the right to a great education, no matter their economic status or situation. Maybe look at other points of view on education- different countries and school systems- to help form your ideas.
I think you make some great points; especially that everyone has the right for education. I think it’s very unfair that that not everyone gets the same education. Some stop so early, while others drop out because of family or financial issues. I agree that education is very important and is the one and only thing that will improve struggling societies. I hope this link helps: https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2015/07/why-education-is-the-key-to-development/
Hey I’m Abel Acosta and I want to say a few things about me. One important thing about is that I love to play basketball. I was born on July 21, 2001. I lived for four years in New Jersey. When I come out of s
i agree that guns are dangerous and that they r used to kill people but ,in my opinion us human is the biggest issue because we are the ones that kill people we Gotta find those who are capable of doing crazy things with guns .i agree that gun is a big issue but people are the biggest issues cause guns don’t
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