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EDUCATION

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Transcript of EDUCATION

For Granted
Who is Education
Education in Australia
So imagine yourself as a 15 year old in grade 9 that lives in a family with no work pay and you are having trouble in your grades. your position doesn't seem to be skyrocketing to the roof but is crashing to the ground living a huge crater. you are 3 years behind in your grades with no one supporting you. And every time you think about your future it is only your dream ( your jobs, opportunities, business etc). it gets so bad that you think school is just a big waste of your time. so you decide to drop out of school just like 50,000 other students do each year. what do you think people would think of you.
Education in Europe
we at school mostly don't enjoy schools right? well I'm pretty sure it is true, but did you know that 13% of children aged from 10-14 are employed to work and not go to school. for them to just step into a classroom is a unbelievable experience but for us we just walk in look at the board and walk out to muck around.

we chomp on our pencils without even noticing. we just keep chewing and chewing and thinking that it is just an ordinary pencil. Now think back to the olden days back when your parents,parents were at school. they had to use a feather and ink to write. Just think about it, you would have to continuously dip your non feather end in the ink multiple times to just write a simple sentence like, 'I went to the park'.
Olden days
Europe is known world wide to have the best youth education system; Norway, France,Germany and Ireland.
The international community see's Europe as an example for the best education system and practice.
Not to mention Finland placed first in the 2012 best education in the world.
Quick Facts
Did you know that in some countries more money is spent on weapons then education

Education in America
in America they believe that education shouldn't be compulsory after the age of 16. Others are debating and are saying that education shouldn't be compulsory after the age of 18.
They Attend school everyday just like we do, 5 days a week but their school hours are different their school hours are 7-8 including lunch breaks.Our school ours are just is five and three quarters.
America's education system is mediocre compared to 49 other countries.

America placed seventeenth for the best education
EDUCATION
The act or process to gaining knowledge and the power of reasoning and judgment to help them with their future and mature life that awaits them.
Education has been around for thousands of years. one of those people who created education was Horace Mann, he was the educator and president at the Anhtioch College in Yellow Spring Ohio. He came up with the idea of building public schools. Although we know that he created public schools he was not the first to think about having schools. So you want to know who invented school, lets go back to the 1369, where the thought began of having schools. this man's name was Harry.P
did you know that 55% of girls in Asia don't get to go to school. they have to help there parents to make there living.
Many children aged 12-14 are employed. they don't get to go to school.

children before 1860's were lucky as for they did not have to work. In 1860's 1/3 of England and Wales didn't attend school and was thought not needed
now in the 20th century. children were expected to work along adults. In 1918 schools were not compulsory but they changed the leaving age from 12-14
younger children would attend school on Sunday for religious learning
most of the time girls are more likely to not go to school, this due to helping in the fields and chores.
Education in Asia
28 million or children are missing out on school due to armed conflicts. why these people can't go to school is due to poverty, without money, means no school. with two decades of conflicts in Afghanistan it has resulted to children missing out on 5 years of their school years. In Pakistan some 600,000 children were reported to have missed a whole year of school. Asia is 27% of the world's out of school children. there are more boys that attend school then girls.
In 2012 four Asia countries (South Korea, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore) were in the top five out of thirty nine for the best education in the world.
East Asian schools owe their success, in part, to a Confucian culture that places a high value on education. young children receive messages from there parents and society that they must excel in education in order to have a successful future. study shows that while funding is important in education systems cultural supportive of learning is more crucial, Evidence from high educated Asia countries show that parents have grand expectation. Fimland and South Korea hold an astonishing postion they both share the belief of how education is important to the students

Did you know that America is really bad at maths
A story
the amount of people aged 19 who finished year 12.
2006
In 2006 7% of 15-19 year old were no longer attending school.
14% in remote areas no longer went to school & 36% in very remote areas.
26% of people who had left school at the age of 15-19 were attending educational institution. Only 15% attended educational institution in remote areas and 6% in very remote areas
Thank you, we will now move on to the poster that Phoebe and Chelsea has done.

Made By: Pleadar
The Differences
In Australia every child has the privilege to go to school thanks to government loans, especially in high education.
Where as in Asia the Government there don't tend to pay for children attendance. In Asia it is just a matter of wealth if you wanted to attend school
In America, students start school in August and doesn't end till June-July. They only attend school for 10-11 months at 7-8 hours a day. Mostly in Australia we start in January or February at 6 and a half hours a day.
In Europe
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so one more thing, I know a teacher that teaches me very accurately,she is quite humorous, her class absolutely appreciate her. this teacher cares for her students' education, her name is Miss
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As of 2012, 31 million primary-school pupils worldwide dropped out of school. An additional 32 million repeated a grade.
In the sub-Saharan, 11.07 million children leave school before completing their primary education. In South and West Asia, that number reaches 13.54 million.
According to UNESCO, 61 million primary school-age children were not enrolled in school in 2010. Of these children, 47% were never expected to enter school, 26% attended school but left, and the remaining 27% are expected to attend school in the future.
Charities
UNICEF does a numerous amount of charities. One of the charities they do is to build more schools, they have a charity called "Schools for Asia". They have built at least 3 schools in Asia and many more in other countries such as Africa etc.
Tennis Star Serina Williams also helped out with this charity
They play a key role in developing children into responsible citizens and good human beings.
Why is Education so Important
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Australia was 13th on the list for highest education in 2012.
Education is the one tool that has the greatest potential to effect long lasting and effective change for our civilization and therefore guarantee continual and consistent advanced in technology, science and Medicine.
All of which can be use to improve our living standard, worldwide

The Best Teacher
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