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Virtue Essay Education In the Future IBasic courtesy should be common in education A Tolerance 1 Everyone will have an equal oppurtunity to gain knowledge 2 No one will learn more than others B Opinion 1 No judgements of people will be based on knowledge 2 Everyones opinion is as valuable as any other C Equality 1 Education will not have a limit 2 There will be no maximum amount of information that can be learned D Progression 1 Learning skills will progress over time 2 Skills will gradually be taught at a younger age IIThe learning process will be an important aspect of life A Observation 1 Obtain information by using your ears rather than your mouth 2 Listen to what everyone has to say B Effort 1 Try the hardest all the time 2 Maintain full effort through out C Aspiration 1 Everyone should be driven to learn and grow smarter 2 Full potential should be reached by everyone D Awareness 1 Full attention should be paid while learning 2 Pay attention to details they may be very important IIIIn general education will pave the way to the future by shaping the way people think A Goodwill 1 Use special skills for the good of all 2 Have no intent to harm another through what they dont know B Devotion 1 Contribute all thoughts others may not have 2 Help all people to attain higher C Balance 1 Do not overdue learning all at once 2 Learning will be a life long process D Control 1 Citizens will learn to respect authority E Abundance 1 Education will have no limit 2 There will be no maximum amount of information that can be learned Virtue Essay Education In the Future The future will have many new advances in education Like the great Benjamin Franklin wrote thirteen virtues for basic living there will be virtues in education that
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