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What is the real purpose of education Are we in it simply for the purpose of learning Well to me education is just learning everything that is needed to know to survive in this world As a child I remember my mother telling me to make sure I succeed in school so that when I grow up I can be somebody I told her I wanted to be a doctor and that I would do my best and make her proud In reality what was the purpose of this education that I would receive in my future years Education is there to make us all well-rounded and not just educated individuals The whole purpose of education is not simply learning history science algebra and writing but learning to incorporate intelligence with social awareness According to the Oxford English Dictionary one of the definitions of the word education is The systematic instruction schooling or training given to the young in preparation for the work of life by extension similar instruction or training obtained in adult age and also the whole course of scholastic instruction which a person has received Often with limiting words denoting the nature of the predominant subject of the instruction or kind of life it prepares as classical legal medical technical commercial art education Although this is an accurate description of what an actual education may be there is a great deal more to the process of becoming educated than the actual instruction and schooling one may receive There are many different ways to view education but the way I view it differs from the way most students would view it In my mind I see a long white corridor and the length of this corridor is infinite Hanging from the ceiling is a flashing neon sign and on that sign is the word SUCCESS As I look down the corridor I can see beautifully carved mahogany doors with shiny brass knobs Mounted
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