A nation's literacy is a good indication of its standard of living. Yet improvements can be made, especially in extending a hand to underdeveloped countries.
Introduction Ask parents in the United States what they want for their children and, after good health, the answer is a good education. In the face of ...
Are We Our Brothers' Keepers? How can the United States and other Western countries
effectively help the development of low-income countries? How
can we lower the tensions and misunderstandings that derive
from large discrepancies in wealth and social opportunity?
Fortunately, the answer to both questions is the same. First
we need to understand the nature of the problem and then
Promise and Perils of Education Education has two sides; the teacher must make an effort to
lead, and the students must not merely sit and listen but must
take an active role in their education.