Education
Education is one of the most important tools that a society possesses. The right
implementation of this tool is one of the greatest ways of assuring the quality
of life within a society. The ability to better ourselves, is one of the
strongest inherit abilities of the human race. Without the consistent
development of the human race, life would be nothing more than survival. At its
most basic level of definition, education is nothing more than the teaching of
ideas. The early stages of schooling instill more attitude and social skills
than knowledge. The younger stages of a person\'s life are usually the most
definable years of their lives. For this reason many rudimentary skills are
taught. As the age and skill level of the student increases, more education is
based upon the interest of the student. For society to progress and excel every
generation must learn just a little more. Education has its downfalls. Students
are only taught what society sees fit to teach them. This ideology has an
astound effect when used as controlling propaganda. If a society doesn\'t want
students to learn about a certain period of history, then it is not taught.

Children might hear stories or tales from elders, but the majority is left in
ignorance. In the United States, education is a tool to succeed in life. The
quality of education that a student receives depends upon many issues. One of
the biggest differences in education is between public and private schools. In a
society that values money, such as ours, the rich are given a better background
in education than most people. For the general public, students are taught the
same material, and excel at different rates than other students. The people that
don\'t grasp the material usually fall behind and become the working class within
our society. Those that excel become the backbone of our society, fueling our
economy and developing ideas within our world. The difference in education is
not only is not only the skill that is provided, but also the attitude. I read a
quote once that stated, "Invention is 1% inspiration and 99%
perspiration." The skills that are learned are definitely important, but
the determination and attitude learned is priceless. The communists came up with
the idea of equality for everyone. Every person gets the same schooling and
education. This concept cannot possibly work. Every person is different, and
some people lack the ability to work in a technical field. Everyone has a place
in society, and some people will work hard physically all of their lives. Not
everyone can be number 1. Inequalities definitely exist in education. The rich
seem to get richer, and the poor seem to become poorer. A society consists of
different classes of people, and each class is essential to the survival of all.

The gap between the rich and the poor can never be eliminated, but by educating
our people maybe it can become smaller.