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|“Upon the education of the people of this country the fate of this country depends” |
Disraeli1 “The transforming quality of education is what makes the contrast
between education and life ridiculous; for it is by education that mere living is ...
Emily Shuckburgh - 2008 - 234 pages
|A developed education is needed for long-term progress (including innovation), |
indeed it has long been recognised as ... 1874 where he famously proclaimed: '
Upon the education of the people of this country the fate of this country depends.
|Upon the education of the people of this country the fate of this country depends, |
— Benjamin Disraeli, House of Commons (15 June 1874) The seminal
contributions of Schultz (1963) and Becker (1993/1964) established education as
a key ...
|Both donor and programme countries will fall short of their estimated shares of |
the burden ($5.7 billion and $11.3 billion, ... Most people in most countries
depend to some extent on public education and health care; and poor people in
|Unless we establish an unshakable national foundation, we will not be able to |
elevate our country's prestige in a thousand ... And the supply of such people in
endless numbers over a long period of time clearly depends on education, and
|The economy of our country depends a lot on agriculture. Agriculture is still the |
main occupation of the people of our country. Disruption of rainfall will reduce
agricultural production. There will be food shortage and the cost of food will begin
Paul A. Elsner, George R. Boggs, Judith T. Irwin - 2008 - 295 pages
|Across the globe, countries are expanding and strengthening postsecondary |
education systems. ... customary compulsory primary and secondary education is
now seen as essential to a nation's competitiveness and the standard of living of
its people. ... even though the well-being of a country and its people usually
depend more on the education levels of the majority rather than of a small
2007 - 574 pages
|The quality of population in a country depends upon the quality and standard of |
education in the country. ... Old and tradition bound attitude and behaviour of
people stand in the way of quick development of underdeveloped countries, as in