"Education" Sayings and Quotes
Television could perform a great service in mass education, but there's no indication its sponsors have anything like this on their minds.
For-profit higher education is today a booming industry, feeding on the student loans handed out to the desperate.
You may be able to read Bernard Shaw's plays, you may be able to quote Shakespeare or Voltaire or some new philosopher; but if you in yourself are not intelligent, if you are not creative, what is the point of this education?
Income inequality has made having kids, much like getting a quality college education, a rich person's privilege.
Nearly one-fifth of our fellow citizens are Latino. They are families who are impacted by our education system, by our economy, by our healthcare delivery, and by every policy we make here in Washington.
I was really lucky because I went to an all-girl school, and that single-sex education really helped me because I really learned to bond with women and to not compete with or compare myself as much because we were all allowed to be ourselves and be unique and kind of have our unique strengths.
It's a combination of targeting higher paying jobs in these growth areas and fostering closer cooperation with higher education; a rising tide that lifts all boats.
Our understanding of Shakespeare already depends largely on the vitality of Renaissance elements in our education. Each man must live in his own generation, as the saying is; but the generations are bound together by the golden links of the great tradition of civilization.
Misdirected focus on paperwork, on procedures, and on bureaucracy frustrates teachers and fails to give children the education they need.
The great Comrade Kim Jong Il provided energetic guidance to defend and honour Comrade Kim Il Sung's idea of and exploits in socialist rural construction and make UAWK organizations creditably perform their duties as organizations for ideological education.
Dialogue and education for peace can help free our hearts from the impulse toward intolerance and the rejection of others.
When parents are confident that their children will live, they have fewer of them. They invest more in each child's food, health and education.
Lack of education, old age, bad health or discrimination - these are causes of poverty, and the way to attack it is to go to the root.
We've been working now with computers and education for 30 years, computers in developing countries for 20 years, and trying to make low-cost machines for 10 years. This is not a sudden turn down the road.
Shouldn't everybody join hands to give the basic minimum - food, education and health - to the entire population?