Diversity for Higher Education Essay

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November 14, 2014 The Diversity on our Thoughts on Higher Education Both articles are very interesting and come from two women’s point of view that they feel strongly about. While Caroline shares her thought on why college is a waste of time and money and whose point of writing her article is to give you her reasons and what she has researched on why college is a waist and not for all. Whereas Adrienne strongly believes education is worth pursuing. And that more women need and should take a stand. In her experience in a women’s college and an educator. Bird claims from here statistics that college is over rated and just used as a tactic to feel as if you are succeeding or doing something important with your life. When in fact it is not for everyone. She also emphasis that the money you put into college is a waist because it can triple in value, if invested properly. She states how college is now advertised so much as something that’s for everyone and more fun. That does sound like college at all. And with Garza 2 everyone attending and wasting time to try and accomplish something that they end up not finishing or graduated but not enough jobs out there for all the people graduating with the degree. All valid points depending where you stand and how you view it. While Rich sees education has something worth pursuing, with a catch don’t go into it to “receive an education: you will do much better to think of being here to claim one. One of the dictionary definitions of the verb “to claim” is: to take as the rightful owner; to assert in the face of possible contradiction. “To receive” is to come into possession of: to act as receptacle or container for: to accept as authorities or true. “I think that speaks wonders and makes a difference. It’s all up to you and what you make of the education or success you wish to follow. Rich also states how important

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