Education Society -- The Importance of Education in Our Society
Discuss the importance of education in our society
About me: I received my Bachelor and Master Degrees from the and respectively. After a one-year internship at the , I entered the PhD program in Computer Science at the .
I am currently a Visiting Researcher at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, and volunteer as Visual Neuroscientist of the Department of Psychology at , University of London.
I am a researcher and technologist with the passion for signal and image processing. My independent thinking has determined my unconventional and hybrid education, which I consider innovative, original and appropriate for linking emerging experimental and theoretical strategies in research.
I strongly believe in the importance of education in our society, and teaching has provided me with rewarding professional experiences as well as the chance to encourage young women in engineering and computer science.
"If you have knowledge, let others light their candles in it."
This is largely due to the importance of education in our society
Given the importance of education in our society, where every parent tries to push his child into getting better marks, it would have been more practical to introduce at least 10th grade qualification in sports. But had this been done, we wouldn't have known Sachin Tendulkar as we know today.
Students who complete high school have the option to attend a variety of higher education institutions. According to U.S. News, America has the largest percentage - 21% - of the highest-ranked colleges and universities in the world. This is largely due to the importance of education in our society. Noam Chomsky gave a free lecture at the UA's Centennial Hall on Wednesday, Feb. 8, about the importance of education in our society and explored the the controversy surrounding ethnic studies in Tucson. Balanced against this burden is the State's traditional interest in the education of all its children. "The founders of the colony appreciated the importance and necessity of providing for universal education at a very early period." Jenkins v. Andover, , 96-97 (1869). Our compulsory attendance law, G. L. c. 76, Section 1, demonstrates our continued belief in the importance of education to our democratic society. "It is required in the performance of our most basic public responsibilities, even service in the armed forces. It is the very foundation of good citizenship. . . . In these days, it is doubtful that any child may reasonably be expected to succeed in life if he is denied the opportunity of an education." Brown v. Board of Educ., 347 U.S. 483, 493 (1954). Because of the importance of education in our society, we believe that the State's need for the required information outweighs the incidental burden on the right of the defendants, parents, and children to practice their religion.