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LIBIRALISM | -Global warming is caused by an increased production of carbon dioxide through the burning of fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas).-The U.S. is a major contributor to global warming because it produces 25% of the world’s carbon dioxide. -Proposed laws to reduce carbon emissions in the U.S. are urgently needed and should be enacted immediately to save the planet. - Many reputable scientists support this theory. | -Affirmative action law is necessary. Due to unequal opportunity, minorities still lag behind whites in all statistical measurements of success.-government must work to make up for what happened in the past, where minorities were deprived of the same education
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1. THE MOTIVATED SEQUENCE
* Basic steps of a motivated sequence.
Motivated sequence is a technique for organizing persuasive speeches that inspire people to take action.
It consists of the following steps :
Get the attention of your audience using a detailed story shocking examples quotations etc.
2. Need or Identify the problem
Show how the topic applies to the phsychological need of the audience members.The audience needs what motivates the action therefore go beyond establishing their significant problem.Show that the need will not go away by itself ,therefore convince your audience that each one of them has a personal need to take action.
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The Impact of Primary Education in Today’s Society
November 24, 2013
When you think about education, do you think it is necessary for children to have the educational background in today’s society? In this essay, touching on the importance of primary education has on children in today. Giving children a strong foundation in elementary through sixth grade, they learn the foundational skills to be successful in middle and high school. Also, touching on the advantages of having primary education, learning the basics of language, culture, math, and writing and even learn how to read
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Education is a co-current state level subjects and under the Indian Constitution education is made a Fundamental Right and Directive Principles of State Policy further needed free education and other facilities to children. There is no discrimination among the people on the basis of religion, caste or creed/faith etc. However, the minorities are given right to run their own educational institutions with financial aid from Government and they are free to introduce their religion, language in their institution. Education is compulsory and free upto primary standard.
Indian education system has a wide structure and the educational institutions can introduce the education or learning pattern
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education nor employment in 2009.” (OECD, 2012) Although education expenses are steadily increasing in Brazil, a strong education system capable of reaching all economic classes and rural areas will be a major factor in determining Brazil’s ability to fully emerge.
Brazil’s History Understanding the root of Brazil's education and economic challenges are necessary in order remedy to fully support their efforts in becoming a developed country. For most people, a primary introduction of Brazil is typically found in textbooks and through the eyes of the infamous explorer Christopher Columbus, who had accidentally discovered this country in the 1500s. After stumbling upon the indigenous semi
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Different Types of Schools for Children in the U.K.
The topic I chose for presentation is different types of schools for children. Though I try to highlight the different schools available for children, my prime focus is on primary education. Primary education is the foundation of a child’s development, both academically and socially. Thus, it is really important that a child is given proper primary education, without any impediment. After a lot of speculation and consultation I chose to write this essay because while explaining the different types of schools and levels of education in U.K. and showing how the primary level prepares the child for future studies, it also indulges in the
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Education in Iran is highly centralized and is divided into K-12 education and higher education. K-12 education is supervised by the Ministry of Education and higher education is under supervision of Ministry of Science and Technology. 85% of the Iranian adult population is now literate, well ahead of the regional average of 62%. This rate increases to 97% among young adults (aged between 15 and 24) without any gender discrepancy. By 2007, Iran had a student to workforce population ratio of 10.2%, standing among the countries with highest ratio in the world.Primary school (Dabestân) starts at the age of 6 for a duration of 5 years. Middle school, also known as orientation cycle
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Education is the basic requirement for success of democracy and progress of any country. Universalization of primary education is a provision to provide free educational opportunities to all children of the society irrespective of creed and sex.Education in Niger like that of other developing nations, particularly in the Sahelian region of Africa, faces challenges from poverty and poor access to schools. Niger has one of the lowest literacy rates in the world.
Compulsory provision of Universal Primary Education is an extremely modern concept. No solid efforts were made till the beginning of the 20th century.Primary education in Niger is compulsory between the ages of seven and
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interior of the Kenya. Instantly many people became aware of the necessity of education and people like Jomo Kenyatta, Charles Njonjo, peter Koinange, Tom Mboya among others Kenyans political icons furthered their education abroad.
Earliest schools in Kenya included the school of Rabai near Mombasa established in 1846, Nairobi school established in 1902, friends school Kaimosi, now the Kaimosi friends primary school established in 1906. There were a total of 18 schools by the year 1932. After independence what followed was tremendous campaigns that acted to be an eye opener for all Kenyans. Most individuals in the political spheres started the new hunger and craving for education that helped
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RIGHT TO EDUCATION
Right to Education
Right to Education has been formally recognized as a human right since the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948. This has since been affirmed in numerous global human rights treaties, including the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Convention against Discrimination in Education (1960), the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (1966) and the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (1981). These treaties establish an entitlement to free, compulsory primary education for all children; an obligation to develop
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Confederation and the cantons are partners, sharing responsibility for the public education system. The municipalities perform various tasks, particularly regarding compulsory education and pre-school.” The cantons themselves have several different sub-departments within the school system. Each canton has a minister of education who oversees the department of education. The department of education performs several administrative and executive tasks. The cantons often work jointly to solve issues that may more prevalent throughout Switzerland.
Switzerland’s educational system consists of six different educational systems. These education levels are in order as follows: pre-school, primary level
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Modern Education in India is provided by the public sector as well as the private sector, with control and funding coming from three levels:central, state, and local. Under various articles of the Indian Constitution, free and compulsory education is provided as a fundamental right to children between the ages of 6 and 14.
India has made progress in terms of increasing the primary education attendance rate and expanding literacy to approximately three-quarters of the population in the 7-10 age group, by 2011. India's improved education system is often cited as one of the main contributors to its economic development. Much of the progress, especially in higher education and scientific
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preserving, transmitting and improving the culture of the society. In every society education connotes acquisition of something good, something worthwhile. Education is one of the fundamental rights of individuals. Article 26 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in December, 1949 stipulated that: Everyone has the right to education. This shall be free at least in the elementary and primary stages. Elementary education shall be compulsory while technical and professional education shall be made generally available. Higher education shall be equally accessible to all on the basis of merit. Parents have a prior right to choose
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for children’s education has grown by leaps and bounds. Everybody from the poorest of the poor to the well off acknowledges the value of education in the overall development of children. Basically, the object of education is threefold i.e. physical, mental and spiritual. A perfect system of education must do full justice to all those three above.
If we take a look at the Education Structure existing in India, we would find that, it is divided broadly in five stages: Pre-primary, Primary, Upper Primary, Secondary and Higher Secondary. Schooling in India follows the “10+2 pattern”.
Moreover, if we take into consideration the Indian Education Scenario, we would find that, in the post
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primary and secondary education in the U.S.*Supplementary Material 5PicturesHigher Education P.368Co-existence of public universities (75%, operated by the state) and private colleges and universities (25%, operated by religious and other organizations)Three sources of income (both public and private):A. Students' tuition fees*Supplementary Material 6B. Government fundingC. Endowments捐赠基金Enrollment*Supplementary Material 7Requirements for admission into prestigious universitiesA. One's high school performance recordsB. Recommendation from one's high school teachersC. The impression they make during interviews at the universityD. Their scores on the Scholastic
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Type of Group: ____________________________________ Primary Counselor _________________
|CLIENT NAME: james casal |DATE: 5/19/2011 |
|GROUP TOPIC: denial |DURATION: 60 min |
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FUTURE OF NURSING ROLES EXAMINED
Christian A. Bagley
Grand Canyon University: NRS-430V
Future of Nursing Roles Examined
Healthcare, specifically nursing, has come to the forefront of discussion recently in regards to dramatic changes in roles, education, and leadership. The changes are necessary to move forward in the volatile socio-economic times that the industry is currently facing. The move toward a deeper education development for all nursing roles, the strong push toward primary based care and case management, and changes to all levels of leadership are creating a financially stable patient centered industry that will thrive far in to the future. The Institute
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Recommendations on Nursing Education
The impact of the Institute of Medicine report on nursing education suggests the nursing profession should have a more advanced education system providing limitless opportunities for growth. The future of nursing providing care to the entire realm of health care, especially primary care and community settings, will be determined by the evolution of a new educational system. The IOM report states that sixty percent of hospital employed nurses will be impacted by the Affordable Care Act because of the transition of patients to primary and community health care. (National Research Council, 2011) Tension in the current educational system has been steadily
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argues for the strategy that the employment problem must be resolved. K-12 graduates will only face the same problem.
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What are the advantages and disadvantages of having one's Mother-Tongue as the the medium of instruction during primary education in India?
K-12 Education: Should schools recognize perfect attendance?
K-12 Education: How
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to their own children. In this way, the continuity of the tribe's pattern of life was assured
the weakness of traditional forms of education are that there is little or no leraner participation. The learners are fed of unfinished products, just teacher ideas and learners are treated as tabura rasa (empty vesels) or blanks of which facts has to be loaded. (Paulo frairre 1972) refers this as the banking system of education, the teachers routine solicits stereotype responses therefore it is boring and monotonous, to pupils in primary schools.
MCGILLJOURNAL OF EDUCATION• VOL. 37 N° 2 SPRING 2002 235
Adeyemi & Adeyinka
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: • All national languages are equal regardless of the number of speakers or the level of development of a particular language. All language policies must regard language as a medium of cultural transmission For pedagogical reasons it is ideal for children to study through their own language during the early years of schooling when basic skills of reading, writing, and concept formation are developed. Proficiency in the official language at the end of the 7-year primary cycle should be sufficient to enable all children to be effective participants in society or to continue their education. A language policy should promote national unity.
LANGUAGE POLICY FOR SCHOOLS
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POLICY CHOICES IN SECONDARY EDUCATION IN AFRICA: CHALLENGES SEEN FROM DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES IN AN AFRICAN COUNTRY
A CASE STUDY OF TANZANIA MAINLAND AS SEEN BY TANZANIA TEACHERS’ UNION (TTU)1.
A PAPER PRESENTED AT THE LAUNCH SEMINAR OF THE NORWEGIAN POST-PRIMARY EDUCATION PROGRAM FOR AFRICA (NPED)
ORGANISERS: THE WORLD BANK, WASHINGTON AND
MINISRTY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS, ROYAL NORWERGIAN GOVERNMENT, NORWAY
PRESENTER: EZEKIAH T. OLUOCH
DEPUTY GENERAL SECRETARY
TANZANIA TEACHERS’ UNION (TTU)
PLACE: VOLSENASEN CULTURE AND CONFERENCE HOTEL
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value consensus, with the educational and economic system working hand in hand to develop the skills required for the world of work. Functionalists believe that education within schools, and the existence of the hidden curriculum, is positive. According to Parsons (1961), primary socialisation amongst the family, teaches us to share views and social values.
In the 1950s and 1960s Talcott Parsons developed Durkheim ideas, adding he saw the educational system as the win agency of secondary socialisation, acting as abridge between the family and the wider society. Schools build on the primary socialisation provided by the family developing value consensus and preparing young people for their
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are integral in the patients achieving their goals. Nurses are crucial in detection, monitoring, treatment, and prevention of diseases. We cannot forget though to promote health promotion. Health education and the ability to make good choices for themselves are the interventions that lead to health promotion in individuals and communities. There are many ways that we can reach out to the community by health fairs, support groups and community education. If we take the time to utilize these tools, we can make a difference. Our nursing goals should be geared toward independence and self-motivation.
Primary prevention involves the patients understanding the risks of an unhealthy
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education through parent-child relationships).” I can remember when I was a child in primary school; I did not want to go to school because it seemed very tedious, as I did not understand the importance of an education. However, now that I am a teacher, I stress the importance of education to my students; wanting them to strive for the top and the best and never settling for less. Therefore, I believe that a college education is important because it plays a vital part in a person’s future where; one can gain a strong sense of pride and self-worth, earn a higher income and will always be marketable.
A college education has helped to impart a strong sense of pride and self-worth in me as an
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and are out of schools, with girls being significantly lagging behind boys in the rural areas. Global Monitoring Report (2012) has rated Pakistan as the second highest amongst the countries with the most out-of-school children. The UNDP’s MDG report suggests that Pakistan will not be able to achieve its education goals until 2015. It is reported that approximately 50% of enrolled children drop out before completing primary education. According to another estimate, 63% of pre-primary age children do not attend school. In Punjab province, pre-primary out-of-school rate is 50% with Baluchistan being on the top with 78% of the children not attending school. This is an alarming situation with
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convention Against Discrimination in Education (1962), UN (1981) convention on the Elimination of all forms of Discrimination against Women and Millennium Development Goals (2000). However these conventions have seldom been implemented at national levels.
Again, according to the statistics of United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA) (2010), women account for two third of the world’s 774 million illiterate adults. Worse enough, there is still a significant gender gap between boys and girls as we move from primary to secondary and tertiary education.
The economic repercussions of these inequalities are far reaching, given the clear evidence that educated women invest more
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interventions (Peckham, Hann, & Boyce, 2011)
Nurses need to be adequately educated and prepared for practicing in community settings. Enhanced curriculum in education to include health care promotion is identified as a key to nursing success within primary care. Health care reform is increasingly leaning toward strengthening and expanding primary health care systems with a renewed focus on prevention and health promotion, this is intending to offset the increase in chronic disease and managing the effects of chronic illness with affordable, accessible and effective services (Keleher, Parker, & Francis, 2010).
Nurses need to be able to identify social, economic and cultural issues and have the
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IIM Lucknow NOIDA CAMPUS |
Identifying Innovation Strategy for Primary Education in rural India |
SMTI Project Proposal |
Submitted To:Prof Arun K Jain | Submitted By:Ajit JhaVikas HajelaYogesh Verma | WMP08052WMP08093WMP08095 |
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Executive Summary: 2
Few common issues in rural education in India 2
Research Objectives 3
The number of illiterates in India is estimated to be over 400 million of which 75% live in rural areas. Of the literate population, a significant proportion lack basic vocational skills.
India has world-class institutes of higher learning, such as the IITs
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The Progress of Women in the Barbadian Educational System: Then till Now
The development of the educational system in Barbados has followed closely the development of the English system, at least until recent years, and the situation of women within that system, both as pupils and as teachers, has been no exception. When Barbadian schools first began to thrive in the nineteenth century, most of the provision was restricted to primary education. There were more or less equal numbers of boys and girls attending these schools, which can be attributed particularly to a new-found parental appreciation of the importance of education to children of both sexes. However, the pupils were segregated
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support graduate nurse scholars who want to become nurse educators.(Staff, 2011) Majority of healthcare institutions are asking for a bachelor’s degree when hiring a nurse. In most of the nursing schools, the curriculum of nursing program has been revised to make nurses with advanced skills and knowledge.
Impact of IOM Report on Nursing Practice
The IOM report outlines the importance of eliminating the rules and regulations which are barriers for nurses to work to the full range of education they received. Abolition of these barriers would help nurses to provide quality and affordable care to the patients. Nurses can play a significant role in primary care as the demands for primary care
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populations, new skills, and new medications. Nursing goes beyond physical patient care. It includes learning how to reach and care for patients and their families by meeting social, mental, and spiritual needs. This also includes doing it while maintaining ethics and integrity. Besides furthering nursing education, there is also talk of changing NCLEX exams in the future. Currently, questions on the exam are dealing with patients and situations in the acute care setting. With a more diverse, aging population, questions should be more based on community health, primary care, geriatrics and disease prevention (IOM, 2010).
Nurses should practice to the full extent of their
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will serve in the future.
Nursing education needs to be changed in a number of ways to prepare nursing graduates to work in a collaborative way and do it more effectively and efficiently. Nurses will be working as part of a team with other health professionals in a complex health care system in a variety of settings. (" The future," 2010) Thus, entry-level nurses need to be able to transition rapidly from their academic preparation to a range of practice environments, with an increased emphasis on community and public health settings hint a minimum level of BSN (Mundinger, M,et al) APRNs need to be able to practice at a primary care level and assume those role in acute and long term
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show (2009) “The largely Protestant Southern Colonies… believed the primary purpose of education was to promote religion and to prepare their children to attend colleges and universities in Europe” (p. 145). The three most common types of schools were the Dame Schools, the Reading and Writing Schools and the Latin Grammar Schools. At Dame Schools children were usually taught in a kitchen without desks. They learned their alphabet from a learning utensil called a Horn Book. Parkay and Stanford explain (2009) “The Horn Book is a copy of the alphabet covered by a thin transparent sheet made from a cow’s horn… The alphabet and horn covering were attached to a paddle shaped piece of wood
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students into the mold of regular education ("Special Education Inclusion", 2001). The literature has shown that when not performed appropriately, inclusion can have many detrimental effects on those associated with it. One disadvantage to inclusion of students with disabilities is that too often the socialization part of their education takes precedence over the educational part of their education (“Education Integration", 1998). Opponents to inclusion think that for students with disabilities, socialization cannot be the primary goal of education without regard to teaching their academics as well ("Education Integration", 1998). Many inclusion movements are based on having the students
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This paper is an attempt to contrast non-formal education in terms of purpose, timing, content delivery system and control with formal education relate your discussion to the Zambia system at primary and secondary level. Thereafter the conclusion will be drawn but it is of vital importance to identify the key concepts in the questions.
According to UNESCO (1991) education is ‘an organized and sustained communication process designed to bring about learning. Mernier (2007) quotes that non-formal learning, happens in any organized outside the formal system (e.g. Youth organization) how to organize an event? Coombs(1973) states that Formal education is the hierarchically structured
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emphasis on changing the healthcare system. With focusing on the use of primary care, wellness and prevention, and transitional care, while decreasing the use of specialty and acute care. A major focus of the future plans is the need for nurses to use and practice to their full potential, based on educational level and training. When nurses use all of their training, competencies, and education, they will provide top-quality healthcare while reducing mistakes and promoting safety (Institute of Medicine, 2001).
The U. S. currently has a problem with a primary care professional shortage. The need for more medical professionals is substantial. While in the past, Physicians made up a large amount of
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scientific and professional methods in breeding and directed learner.
* Family and education
The family is a pillar of the building a sound education, so that the mother and father are the first teacher of the child •
The home is a primary agency of education. It is an informal but active agency. Family is also called an original social institution which gave birth to other organizations.
Every individual is born in a family and socialization takes place there at first. It is an important institution for child-rearing.
The child is introduced to the culture of the society in the family itself and fulfils
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several ethnic groups occupying both rural and urban settlements. Like Nigeria, it has the burden of educationally disadvantaged groups among which are some Local Government Areas, girl-child and possibly boy-child groups too. There are over 220 public secondary schools, over 1000 primary schools, three Colleges of Education, one Polytechnic and one College of Arabic and Legal Studies to manage. Among her problems are:
Poor Quality education- One of the major problems facing the State today is poor quality education. The indicators are quite visible: woeful performance in National Common Entrance Examinations, School Certificate Examinations and University Matriculation Examination (UME
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Sex Education in Schools
Should sex education be taught in schools? There had been many debates over this. They say that sex education only destroys the morality of people because they think that sex education teaches students about how sexual intercourse is done. Although sex education lowers the morality of people by teaching students how to use condoms and contraceptives, it should be taught in primary school and secondary school because (a) it prevents sexual diseases and teenage pregnancy, (b) it is indeed a need in case of parents’ absence, and (c) it gives children the idea of what is right and what is wrong.
Others say that having sex education only
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One of the core tensions of adult education (Merriam and Brockett 1997) is whether the primary focus of the field should be on individuals or society. Beatty (1992) is unequivocal in her stance: "The individual and change within the individual are not only the necessary and sufficient beginning and ending points for all adult education but also the focal point for the educational undertaking" (p. 17). She argues that the individual-society dichotomy is false: educated, empowered individuals create social change in ever-increasing spheres. Hass (1992) agrees that social change is brought about by the individuals affected. Mezirow's transformative theory suggests that individual
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Impact and Future of Nursing in Reference to the IOM Report
In Transforming Nursing Education, Primary Care, and Leadership
Grand Canyon University: NRS-430V
October 23, 2015
Impact and Future of Nursing in Reference to the IOM Report in Transforming
Nursing Education, Primary Care, and Leadership
Nursing’s future is greatly impacted by the need for major transformation as recommended by the Institute Of Medicine report (IOM, 2010). Nursing must act fast and come forward as leaders to make changes in their practice. Demand for highly educated nurses and the growing healthcare customer needs are the focus point of IOM report. This paper shows the impact of the
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. Discusses the link between poverty (state of being extremely poor) and mental health / illness with reference to primary health care principle and practices.
The term mental illness is defined, as a health issues that considerably affects how people thinks, behaves and cooperate with other people (Government of Western Australia Mental Health Commission, 2010). The word poverty means not be able to have basic needs such as food, health care, clothing, and education.
Aboriginal community is suffering from different types of issues such as lack of medical and disability services, litter education, high rate of unemployment, broken families and high crime rates due to all this
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complexity of chronic illness, such as diabetes, hypertension, and cardiovascular disease. These factors demand highly skilled and knowledgeable nurses in order to provide the utmost of specialized quality care. The education of nurses over the past decades is no longer adequately preparing nurses to deal with the complexity of the patient’s needs, condition, and economic background. A deeper understanding of the legal aspect of health care policies, public health recourses, negotiation, and communication skills is required in order for the nurses to hold a leadership position in primary care. An advanced degree of nursing education will expose students to a greater variety of proficiencies in
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cases if it is a public school they are in control of the curriculum. It gives the perception of relief to parents that are too busy to manage the basic educational needs of their children. Today’s primary school environment is one of fierce competition, many families send their five year olds to kindergarten reading and writing and nearly ready for the first grade. The families that do not bother to prepare their children for kindergarten continue to operate this way way through their entire academic career; wholly believing that compulsory education with their mandatory attendance requirements will sufficiently educate their children. The major disadvantage of compulsory education is the
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activities in Africa.
The issue of Nigerian education raises so much dust today. Whereas there are many people who no longer believe that education can solve their problems because of so many graduates who are either unemployed or under-employed, there are others who say education has become too expensive to give to their children. Reflecting on the subject of Nigerian education therefore, gives cause for worry because of the damning reality. Today no Nigerian university or secondary or primary school is among the top 200 in global academic ranking. This is attributable to a number of factors ranging from poor national leadership, inefficient academic administrators, poor
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roles for higher levels of education and an improved system of education are required for nurses now for meeting the diverse needs of the patients and to provide better care. Improving the education system and achieving a more educated work force is increasing with nurses having baccalaureate degrees , that is, a traditional Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Nursing program or a traditional 4 year Bachelor of Nursing program or a program that allows seamless transition from Associate in Diploma Nursing to Bachelor of Nursing.
Impact of Report on Transforming Practice
The impact of report on practice particularly in primary care is very huge. Over the past decades, we have realized
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DROPOUTS IN INDIA
The illiterate of 21st century are not those that cannot read and write. They are those that cannot learn, unlearn and relearn.
Education is the most democratic source of power. It is one of the most explicit and peerless mode of breakthrough. Nature has provided human minds with the divinity of learning and understanding, which is an aid over all the other creatures on the planet. It is our duty to nurture, discover and implement the advantages of the hidden resources of the nature for the goodwill of all. Consequently, educating more and more people will lead to a much more commodious and at hand mankind