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1. Introduction
Thesis Statement: Even though many people thinks that education doesn’t matters in a country progress and they believe that is better to use the cash in other fields just as industry, I strongly believe that inverting in education is very important in order to get more progress as a country. 2. Body

a. Difficulty of getting to school and the cost of schooling. i. Expenses for lunch, uniforms, and examination fees. ii. Because the quality of education is often poor, parents are forced to pay for additional tutoring to enable their children to pass tests. b. Students who serve the country.

iii. They give economic support to the country.
iv. Improve the economy of the country.
c. Education gives people the skills to get them out of poverty and in prosperity. v. Improved Health
vi. Political thinking
vii. Economic growth
3. Conclusion.

Ernesto Torres Cañizares
21 de Agosto del 2013
Education in developing countries.

In the developing countries, by general, there had always been problems with education. Sometimes, there are a few amounts of public schools in the country, or there are a lot but the education is terribly bad. The first issue in education in developing countries is that there are no inversions in education and this is because many people think that education is not part of the developing in a country, or maybe is more important to invest in industry, tourism or work issues just as getting more jobs for the citizens. Even though many people thinks that education doesn’t matters in a country progress and they believe that is better to use the cash in other fields just as industry, I strongly believe that inverting in education is very important in order to get more progress as a country. There are many reasons of the importance of education in a developing country, but first, there are many issues in the actual public education in the countries. First, maybe there could be free tutoring, but there are other issues just as books, didactical material, uniforms and lunch. Another reason of out coming issues of these schools is that tutoring is very poor, and in consequence, parents must pay extra lessons from other teachers that are not free, and that provoke an economic introduction to poverty. It is not surprising that when education investments do not result in adequate learning, or even basic literacy and numeracy, parents do not keep their children in school. (Epstein & Yuthas, 2012). These schools provide neither the financial literacy students will need to manage the meager resources under their control, nor the guidance needed to create opportunities for securing a livelihood or building wealth. In addition, schooling provides little assistance to promote the physical health needed for economic stability and quality of life. (Epstein & Yuthas, 2012).In conclusion, in consequence of the lack of investing in public schools, the service that the give is very poor and provokes an extra-costing in the parents of the students, leading them to poverty. Those where the issues of the actual public schools, but investing in education will bring positive results to a country progress for many reasons. One of these reasons is that students will serve the country. By this, I mean that the student that these schools are preparing someday will be part of the country, and not as a poor person, but as a worker and tax payer. Citizens who can read, calculate, and think critically have better economic opportunities, higher agricultural productivity, healthier children, and better reproductive health. (The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, 2013). This means that these students who can read, write and think critically will someday have a work and a improved economy. As a worker citizen, he or she will pay taxes and give job to others who need it. In other words, education will create a...
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