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The Truth Behind Education The purpose of education is to spread knowledge to the younger generation Without education tradition is lost as well as the potential of youth For centuries the old have taught the young They have passed the torch of knowledge from one hand to another Whether it was a master teaching an apprentice or a teacher teaching a class the tradition of teaching has been in practice since the beginning of man Without a mentor for a child to learn from the child will never find the truth behind the mysteries of life The child needs to be trained to succeed That is why the teacher must be of the highest quality The student will take after the teacher not only in knowledge but also in style and example If the teacher has a flaw the child will accept that flaw as their own There is a special bond between the teacher and the student The teacher must be prepared to take on the student as more than a student but as a friend The opportunity of education should not be missed by anyone no matter what caliber of intelligence they might posses Material can be altered to better fit the small minded just as long as the basic facts get through to them If the less intelligent people are not given an education they are useless to society The goal of a productive society is to have all of its members participate in their community as efficiently as they can Those whose intelligence surpasses others should be given a challenge in every circumstance available Harder work should be provided but not demanded Although those with the skills to complete such work should not let their minds go to waste They should harness their brains power to be as successful as possible Everything thats interests the individual should be taught to him or her That goes for those who have matured
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