Economically enlightened nations educate their citizens in the hope that their investment will pay off in the form of a higher GDP.
To maintain internal order and survive in the global economy, a country must offer more than a primary education.
Nurture & Nature of Educ
Nurture versus nature has been an age-long debate in education, with vehement supporters on both sides.
Studying abroad is a dream for many of us, but because it’s so expensive, it’s difficult to make it happen.
Since the recession began in 2001, many people, including executives in corporate America, have lost their jobs.
Special education is nonexistent in third-world countries, where even high-quality general education is rarely available.
Look closely at successful students, and you will almost always find that their parents are heavily involved in their education.
SAT / GRE
The Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) is used by American universities and colleges to make undergraduate admission decisions.
There are scholarship opportunities out there for anyone who is willing to work diligently in meeting these conditions.