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If one would sit down and rationalize the essence of education in a persons life they would conclude that without schools chaos would prevail Therefore one would also conclude that knowledge equals power which leads to success As a result the more education a person receives determines if the person is fully adequate to handle and progress with their jobs Here in America students look at life and schooling at a very different view because we dont value the importance of education as much as the Japanese In the article Why Japans Students Outdo Ours Laurence Steinberg explains that students in Japan are more educated in schools than in the United States He goes on to say that in Japan the mothers play a major role in their childrens education in comparison to American mothers who want their children to succeed but do very little to help The problems that the American parents face in helping their children is that theyre so self-involved weary and stressed-out from their own daily lives He also feels that in America divorces in parental relationships peer pressure and students working part-time around their school days impact a childs every day life As a result children tend to drop out of school sleep in class are absent more frequently and finally stop caring about homework tests and school in general Therefore he says that the suggestion of raising the education level in each American school could help but still students need to take school more seriously Moreover the parents in America need to stop complaining to the schools about giving too much work and actually sit down with their children and help them Lastly he feels very strongly that having effective education requires a commitment from all Americans thereby this will ensure that the parents and childrens goals will be accomplished As a result I feel this would be very important to the parents because in the end theyll feel
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