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Education can be defined as all forms of human learning or more narrowly as the process that occurs in specialized institutions called schools It is unquestionably the most important form of human resource development In most countries only the best high school graduate are admitted to higher learning institutions In the United States a higher education is very easy to achieve even if the person didnt do that well in school Both systems have strengths and weaknesses that make the systems work and not work I believe that everybody should have the chance to get a higher level of education no matter how well or awful they did in school Outside of the United States the world for people that didnt do too good in school is harsh People that didnt try too hard in school to achieve their best grades have to settle for working in factories producing clothes and shoes for little wages because they have no chance to go to a college or a university For example China has one of the harshest school systems in the world along with Russia Children in both countries know that they must do excellent in school in order to just compete with the other children to get into college They know that without a solid background of good grades they might have to work cruel and ruthless jobs for 12 to 16 hours unlike those kids that got into colleges and universities that have to work only 8 to 10 hours The strength of this type of system is that you are picking out the best students to do the best jobs Those that cant get the grades they need should not be allowed to get the jobs of their choice and should work those ruthless jobs with long hours The United States education system allows anybody that has their heart set on going to college to go to college United States is all about
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