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Should more (yes) or fewer (no) people attend institutes of higher learning?

  • people attend institutes

    I personally agreI think that more people should go and attend higher institutes of learning, so that as a whole we will be a whole lot more educated as a nation, and this will give us a step up in the right direction to becoming a dominant force in the nation again.
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  • More education is beneficial for everyone.

    When people receive a higher education, it not only benefits them, but it also benefits the rest of society. A more educated populace means that we will have more problem solvers, job creators, skilled doctors, wise teachers, competent leaders, and brilliant scientist. These people will help to improve society and make the world a better place.

  • Yes more people should.

    Education is important. Everybody should have the chance and means to prusue higher education to help better the future of our people. Learning can never stop. Learning improves your health and outlook on life. Everyone has the oppurtunity to succeed in life and nothing should be an obstacle to that.

  • We all should

    I think that more people should go and attend higher institutes of learning, so that as a whole we will be a whole lot more educated as a nation, and this will give us a step up in the right direction to becoming a dominant force in the nation again.

  • Should more (yes)

    Consider this: It took Great Britain 155 years to double its gross domestic product per capita in the 18th and 19th centuries, when it was the world’s leading power. It took the U.S. 50 years to do the same by 1950, when its population was 152 million. Both India and China have achieved the same growth on a scale and at a pace never experienced before. Both countries have more than a hundred times the population of Britain during its heyday, yet they are achieving similar outcomes in a tenth of the time.

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