Access To Education Quotes by Muhammad Yunus, Jesse Jackson, Shakira, Jacque Fresco, Lauryn Hill, Jim Rohn and many others.
The developing world is full of entrepreneurs and visionaries, who with access to education, equity and credit would play a key role in developing the economic situations in their countries.
We have a moral concern to feed all of the hungry, wipe out malnutrition, so that every American be housed and every child have access to education.
At the current pace of change, we won’t have universal access to education in 100 years, let alone five, and that is unacceptable.
When education and resources are available to all without a price tag, there will be no limit to the human potential.
In my travels all over the world, I have come to realize that what distinguishes one child from another is not ability, but access. Access to education, access to opportunity, access to love.
Books are easy to find and easy to buy. A paperback these days only costs six or seven dollars. You can borrow that from your kids!
We’ve shown again and again, in every UN report on the status of women, that wherever women control their own bodies and have access to education, societies prosper. Men’s fortunes go up, children’s fortunes go up. This is not news – it’s been proven repeatedly. Anywhere those things are threatened, we have to defend them.
In America, your zip code or your socioeconomic status should never determine the quality of your education.
My mother and my father were illiterate immigrants from Russia. When I was a child they were constantly amazed that I could go to a building and take a book on any subject. They couldn’t believe this access to knowledge we have here in America. They couldn’t believe that it was free.
Students who acquire large debts putting themselves through school are unlikely to think about changing society. When you trap people in a system of debt, they can’t afford the time to think.
We have every resource necessary to provide access to education for every child on the planet; we just need to commit to enabling it.
Success on the front of women’s rights will look like a world not only with obvious advances – where no girl is denied access to education, for instance – but also one with more subtle changes in how we regard gender and gender stereotypes.
Our society cannot afford a two-tiered system in which the affluent have access to superior education, while everyone else is subjected to a dull and incoherent classroom experience. Academic excellence, educational equity, and fairness demand a strong foundation of knowledge for all learners.
The best way to improve the American workforce in the 21st century is to invest in early childhood education, to ensure that even the most disadvantaged children have the opportunity to succeed along side their more advantaged peers
What any person in the world can learn,В almostВ all persons can learnВ ifВ provided with appropriate prior and current conditions of learning.
Experience burned into me the conviction that access to education ought to be based on how much you are willing to learn and how hard you are willing to work, not on how many dollars your family has in their bank account.
It is not beyond our power to create a world in which all children have access to a good education.
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