Education

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Education is essential in people’s lives so they can be equipped to function in society; some children do not have the luxury to go to school because of a lack of money. In the USA, early education and PreK to 12 grades are free; however, formal education is expensive unless people have scholarships. “First-generation students enter college without important information about what to expect both academically and socially, and they often have different ideas about why people go to college than most middle-class students do. These differences matter because most four-year universities are designed for white, upper-middle-class students.”WILKINS, C. (2018). Lack of education increases the level of physical and emotional abuse in marriages because men with a lack of knowledge are more likely to abuse their wives. Additionally, it grows low self-esteem, and finally, Lack of education increases the level of physical and emotional abuse in marriages because it causes more divorce.

Although Lack of education can drive others to be more creative and guide them to become self-millionaire, Lack of education increase the level of physical and emotional abuse in marriages because men with a lack of knowledge are more likely to abuse their wives, it grows low self-esteem, and it causes more divorce.

Lack of Education: Annotated Bibliography

Gerstein, L. (2000). International Family Planning Perspectives; New York Vol. 26, Iss. 1, 44. DOI:10.2307/2648290

Men in India who are poor and with little education are more likely to physically and mentally abuse their wives. Some of them even abuse their wives while the wives were pregnant, and they also did not acquire permission from their wives to have sex with them. They said that they abused their wives’ multiple times. They even screamed slap and pushed their wives, no more than 3% of the wives went to the doctors after the abuse. Men who attend school for five years o

r less were more likely than other men to abuse their wives.

Hébert, Thomas P., Everett, Sakeena. (2020). Gifted Child Today, 10762175, Vol. 43, Issue 2

“Know Who They Have in Front of Their Eyes”: A Justice as Praxis Paradigm for Teaching and Learning.

This article focused on the need for teachers to understand that education in public schools in the USA has not served blacks, indigenous and Latin students well. Teachers need to see the value in their students, which can be done by understanding their minds, bodies, cultures, and languages. They need to have access to all the advantages that whites students have, which will help them to compete and get admission to elite colleges and universities. Parents filed malpractice when they found out that teachers treated their children differently. The author stated that in her class, she allowed her students to read the text, faculty/author biographies, so they know facts about their work as writers. She made sure her students have dictionaries, thesauruses, and grammar books.

Fonseca, Raquel; Michaud, Pierre-Carl; Zheng, Yuhui; (2020). SERIEs, v. 11, Iss. 1, pp. 83–103, Database: Retrieve from http:www.ashford.edu

This article explained how education could impact people’s health; it decreases the risk of cancer, stroke, and mental illness. Education plays an essential part in people’s health, and it follows generation to generation. The research showed the more education people have; the less likely their health will not be up to par. They understand that diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, arthritis, and lung disease is associate with a lack of education. They learned how to eat healthy foods, exercise, and they do not smoke, which can help them to be healthy, therefore, live longer. The top independent variable for this study was years of education. Americans have a higher level of chronic disease than Europeans.

Perry, K. H., & Homan, A. (2015). Journal of Literacy Research 46(4), 422–454. “What I Feel in My Heart”: Literacy Practices of and for the Self Among Adults with Limited or No Schooling

Participants who faced challenges such as imprisonment use their education to write poems, songs, read fiction, and non-fiction books to dreams about better things. Meanwhile, others got help from a friend to better their reading skills to help their children. Lack of education affect participants’ ways of understanding and their goals. Lack of education equal to poor literacy. People are not born smart but it is something you learn through education and relationship.

Gibbons, Melinda M.; Woodside, Marianne; Hannon, Christine; Sweeney, Jeffrey R.; Davison, John. (2011). Career Development Quarterly. Vol. 59, Issue 4, p315–329. 15p. DOI: 10.1002/j.2161–0045.2011.tb00072.x. ,

According to the article, girls chose their careers based on the type of relationship they have with their mothers. They received support and the drive to work hard and smart from their families. However, some students made the decision not to attend college because their parents did not attend college or universities after high school. Based also on these articles, some first-generation college students picked careers that are different from their parents. The researchers recruited people from campus and community to get their data. They asked them questions such as “ Tell me about your experience of work and career; How did you get where you are now?

Reference

Gerstein, L. (2000). International Family Planning Perspectives; New York Vol. 26, Iss. 1, 44. DOI:10.2307/2648290

Hébert, Thomas P., Everett, Sakeena, (2020). Gifted Child Today, 10762175, Vol. 43, Issue 2.

Ispa, Jean M., Su-Russell, Chang, Im, Jihee. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 10999809, 20200101, Vol. 26, Issue 1

Perry, K. H., & Homan, A. (2015). Journal of Literacy Research 46(4), 422–454.

“What I Feel in My Heart”: Literacy Practices of and for the Self Among Adults with Limited or No Schooling

WILKINS, AMY C. (2018). Phi Kappa Phi Forum. Vol. 98, Issue 3, p14–17. 4p. 1 Illustration.

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