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The Value of Higher Education
The Topic that I have chosen is how poverty has effects on an adult learnering. I have chosen this topic for personal reasons. I grew up when I was young in a high middle class family. We were offered the best private schools, after school programs and activities. With this you would think that my siblings and I would have all doors open to us. However, after my parents got divorced we became low class where we started going to junior high in low poverty areas. From there it affected my sisters severely as adults.
In my paper I will answer the following questions:
How can poverty affect an adult’s person’s ability to go to a traditional or nontraditional school?
What are the impacts of poor education as adults? You may be intending this direction and just not articulating, but for these questions I’d like to see how you will study poverty and then how this impacts an adult learner – does it matter what their learning style is, is there less success with adults from poverty vs. those who are not, does poverty have affects on studying or other education related tactics/strategies/successes.
Why do only some adults overcome this and pursue a higher education?
What are the impacts of no education for adults? I’m not sure this would be applicable for this paper.
My objective is to understand how an adult can juggle between a job and working towards a higher education. I don’t understand how this first sentence/objective applies to this paper. I also want to answer some questions that if teachers teach differently at community college rather than at universities because it is in the lower class area. I like this objective a lot and think you’ll find research on it and have good information to share in your paper. If so, why and the effects of teachers giving that assumption to their students. The Learning style I will evaluate is how a teacher that focuses on auditory learners can be more...
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