Education Essay Examples

Investing in Education Is the Most Effective Way to Reduce Poverty

“Investing in education is the most effective way to reduce poverty” In many ways this is a difficult statement to assess. There is no doubt that education is a key initiative in the reduction of poverty. Whether it is the most effective is harder to say for sure. We can easily confirm correlation in the… View Article

The Influence of Classical Art on Early Childhood Education

Classical art plays a central and vital role in early childhood education in the development of the appreciation of aesthetic value. According to Carlson (1956; 1998), a leading authority in early childhood education, the basis for introducing young children to art, the reason for focusing on the development of the appreciation of aesthetic value in… View Article

The Lack of Resources for Education

It is always been said that one of the main barometer of success of a country is its people.  People that are always look forward in providing their own expertise and skills only for their mother country and always ready to enriched more only for the success of its local economy.  But this sometimes just… View Article

Making Sustainable Large-Scale Change Possible: The Ontario Experience

Whoever said that the only constant thing in the world is change is indeed a sage. That person could have acknowledged the statement based on personal experiences. Everything in the world changes from time to time- persons, government and even the climate. Changes are staple events in the world.             Changes often come as surprises…. View Article

The Purposes Of Education

Workshop Foundations The purpose of the workshop is to present the purposes of education. For the purpose of this objective, the participants of the workshop will be asked to participate in group activities that will allow them to experience a purpose of education. Their experience in the activities will then be shared trough discussion group… View Article

The Role of Educators in Educating Foster Care Children

Abstract Foster children are an educationally susceptible population that is over represented in special education. This report portrays a joint effort among a child welfare agency, a local education agency, as well as a nonprofit law office to improve the educational outcomes of children in foster care. Program procedures plus the role of the education… View Article

The Rise of Private High Schools

Intro For hundreds of years high school education has been the responsibility of the state.  Yet, in no time in history did government become so fully involved in adolescent education as after the Second World War.  The era of big government would mean big spending in various social programs, one of the most important of… View Article

Howard Zinn on Democratic Education

Upon reading the book, Howard Zinn on Democratic Education, I felt a lot of questions I had regarding education was answered. I had always regarded education as something liberating, something that would be able to teach students how to become enlightened. That is why I read a lot of books. But regarding my schooling, I… View Article

The Turkish Education System

Introduction The contemporary Turkish education system was established in 1924 after Atatürk closed the religious schools, set up new secular schools, and made elementary school attendance compulsory. It was many years before the country had the educational infrastructure to provide universal primary education, but since the early 1980s almost all children between the ages of… View Article

The Vision of Mann

Abstract Considered as the Father of American Education, Horace Mann dedicated his life to the benefit of the Americans through reforms in education. Assuming office in the Massachusetts’s Board of Education, the first state board ever established in 1837, Mann introduced reforms in the school system which had a great effect on both the teachers’… View Article

The Value of Christian Higher Education

Introduction      The choice of getting an education in order to prepare a future career or vocation is daunting for some especially those who believe the effects of training that anyone will receive from a particular institution. In these days of violence not only in streets but also within the campuses, people generally start to… View Article

Challenges of Higher Education

The world of higher education is far removed from life in high school. Whereas in elementary and secondary education, individuals are being taught the foundations, college life is ultimately about training for a life-long profession or career. Higher education is a combination of fundamental concepts learned across professions and their practical use for specific careers…. View Article

Thinking in Education

No one doubts, theoretically, the importance of fostering in school good habits of thinking. But apart from the fact that the acknowledgment is not so great in practice as in theory, there is not adequate theoretical recognition that all which the school can or need do for pupils, so far as their minds are concerned… View Article

Persuasive Speech

The final bell rings; it’s the last day of school and summer break has finally come! Students don’t have to think about school for at least another 2 ½ months: that’s the way it should be. Schools should continue following the traditional calendar, and not a year-round calendar. There are multiple downsides to year-round schooling…. View Article

Curricular Implications for Students

Efficient administrators must make certain their schools are in compliance with district, state, and federal educational guidelines. These statutes include identifying and delivering specified instructional lessons for students who qualify for services under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), and the students who qualify for ESOL (English… View Article