Education is only important if you plan on having any well paying jobs.
It gives you necessary social skills that you need to understand the ways of life. Even if you think you are too smart for school, you should go to school anyway because most jobs will not accept a person without a high school or college education on their resume.Many schools try to put their students in a certain mindset that everything can only be one way. They teach some theories as proven true, though they haven't been they try to make every student think the same way and leave little room for creativity.i have one piece of advice: Do what you are supposed to even if you disagree with it. School books also word things to be more difficult than they really are. Try to find shortcuts without cheating and think about what they are saying and how it applies to your future life. If you think what you are supposed to be learning is either wrong or dumb talk to your teachers about it. Remember everyone around you is a person and people make mistakes.
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Education normally does several distinct things: maximizes earning potential; maximizes self-knowledge and personal satisfaction; maximizes one's contribution to society.
In general, my take is that each person should be educated up to the limit of each one's ability. Nobody knows what that is until they have been pushed a little. Always demand more, I'd suggest.
Hello friend, Education is not all about studying and getting good marks. It is really a means to discover new things which we don't know about and increase our knowledge.An educated person has the ability to differentiate between right and wrong or good and evil. It is the foremost responsibility of a society to educate its citizens.