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You should always learn, with life comes wisdom and with wisdom comes the courage to live your life selflessly. The more you learn about yourself and the experiences surrounding your life the more opportunities you have to make your life better and more fulfilling.
The Washington Post has a children's feature, "Kids Post". Edna Ranck shared the Kids Post story for January 15, 2012, "If Kids Ran the World," with these posts:
"I would educate children so they can prevent violence."
10-year-old from Nicaragua
"I'd put an end to world poverty."
11-year-old from Brazil
"I would reduce crime and protect my people." 10-year-old from Ethiopia
"I would help kids by keeping them safe during war."
6-year-old from the United States
"I'd build nice schools and provide notebooks and pens to all children."
10-year-old from Afghanistan
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This ground-breaking research needs to be shared with ALL educators. Many need to realize that education goes beyond teaching a subject...but empowering our children with life-skills so that they can learn independently, and make sound judgments and life choices. I am finding that students are graduating but they have not matured enough to enter the world...and this all goes back to educating them with the skills they will need to function and progress in society. I applaud Ellen Galinsky's efforts and cannot wait to read her book.