Education Today

Avatar do usuário Gabi 705 1 1 13
I've got to say,despite all the interesting points the guy made ,it's also worth bearing in mind that internet is not the solution to the problems of the world.
A huge amount of information - and we all know that not all of them are reliable- that without a stimulus would not be reached at all. You can have your own go on the internet, still you won't find anything that suits you if you don't know
For what you're looking for.
Plus, the discussions in classes are usually very productive.
I'm not saying I disagree with him, but that guy left out some important and relevant aspects of what education is about.
I know how frustating is to take a course with great expectations and later on face the fact that your course is rubbish.
I've been through this and it's terrible. But it's not a rule and there are its exceptions.
That guy is practically imposing "a technolgical empire",stating that all systems in the world should get
Adjusted due to the that. Perhaps the technoogy should be used to our advantages,not make us feel obliged
To keep up with it. The roles seem to be inverted like that.
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Avatar do usuário Flavia.lm 3885 1 9 86
Faço minhas as palavras da Gabi.
Mocinho muito radical.
Avatar do usuário tivrfoa 10
He is right, but it is still important to go to college, mainly in some courses, like medicine and engineering.
Avatar do usuário Gabi 705 1 1 13
ahh, ok. So to take other courses it might not be THAT necessary? rsrs
Avatar do usuário Marcio_Farias 12350 1 22 206
This topic makes me think when will we finally get our underprivileged kids off the streets and into school? Also, does our education system not have enough schools to harbor (and then teach) all the kids? What should the government of our country do about it?

Here in Recife, you can see hordes of so-called underprivileged kids on the streets attempting to wash other people's windshields for small sums. Have you ever caught underprivileged kids doing the same in your town? Some or a part of these kids become violent, street-violent, and rob--and sometimes kill--people.

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