Should everyone be given a chance at education especially the poor and weak student ?

Asked by: SamuelShajy
  • Yes , o course good .

    WePoor education can have devastating effects on the economy such as fewer job opportunities and an increase in the amount of people living in poverty. There is a direct correlation between children who live in poverty and a poor education. The longer a child lives in poverty, how far below the poverty line a child lives and at what point in the child's development the poverty occurs all affect education.

  • Being poor ican be more

    If you can be given a chance, you might fit in, you can learn, and have the ability to collaborate with others... I did not make a debate team or anything, I just know the kind ways of life, unlike those unforgiving people. Everyone will get a chance one day...

  • Everyone deserves a chance

    Of course everyone one should be given a chance at education. Just because someone isn't as rich as their peers doesn't mean that they are any less capable of learning. We should all be given a chance. To me, education is the single most important thing in a person's life. They need an education to get a good job and how to perform daily actions such as talking using correct grammar and usage money management skills (if you are offered that). The amount of money someone has doesn't define who they are. It is their personality and character that does.

  • Yes, a duh!

    The reason some one is a poor student is because they haven't ever been given a chance to learn about what they should know, the only 'education' they got was from their parents which isn't good enough to get a job, go to college, or even leave their parents basement at all.

  • All for learning

    Everyone is capable of learning. The conventional manner on how subjects are taught, are at times not a good fit for a particular individual. These people are sometimes classified as poor or weak students. This is type of labeling is a cop out, either by the student who has given up or by an educator who has lost faith. Strengths of these individuals can be found and utilized in a manner so they can learn effectively. People learn at different rates due to their life experiences, situation or cognitive abilities but, everyone has to ability to learn and should be educated.

  • Egalitarianism Doesn't Work

    Egalitarianism is the doctrine that the failures are more important the successful for the very reason that the successful are better. It is this perverse way of thinking that has caused all the problems in the world. If we are to protect freedom and equal rights then how is taking from some and giving to others going to help us? Just because some people ate objectively better than others (they possess more skills and are more able) doesn't mean we should hurt them. After all, we need those who are competent, as the novel Atlas Shrugged demonstrated.

  • No not al all

    In india 5lakhs people are getting education every year and if the left 39% people will get education then unemployment rate would be very high .So, we have to set up more industries and the pollution rate will also increase .So in my opinion poor children should not get education

  • Education is not for everyone

    Education is for those who are willing to be competent and to those who want to learn, if a student failed at education, xe should stay failed unless xe strives to redeem xirself and try to pay off the education xe gets, not everyone can be educated, we only need the best ones for the best things.

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