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I am firstly appreciated Cloudyunzhu in that she provided us with such a meaningful topic like that. |
I am partly agreed iceseason when concerning the point "schooling is part of education, but not all". It should be that as an effective signal, at least to some extent, graduates with honored degree indicate advanced learning skills, logical thinking and good memory and, well educated---but it is not always the case. For those students with high marks but lack of know-how skills in the world of practice, schooling might play a misleading role as seperating the kids with the real society. Another evidence could be those seeking "education shield" by dawdling with a higher degree, with the belief that the certificate should ensure a good job in the future. They all turn out to be wrong, colleges and books are not the right vechicles for ensuring success in future per se, but one of the ways for cultivating your own shining advantages, and reconsidering what's the career target that might more suitable for your future.
However, the modern education system can not go without the schooling in collleges. The basic knowledge in professional areas, methodology for analysing problems and research skills, even the team work spirit and communication skills... all should be an invaluable treasure for our future. To shape the framework of your thinking, and how to explore the ways for tackling with difficulties and challenges ever happened in your early life, that's what the colleges should tell us, most importantly, at least and at most.
[ Last edited by little_007 at 2006-3-16 12:05 AM ]