Comment 117633

By moylek (registered) - website | Posted April 11, 2016 at 13:36:10

Statistics show that those with higher levels of education are more likely to acquire better paying jobs, and secure more steady employment. Individuals with higher incomes also tend to have a better quality of life, live longer, and are healthier in general.

In today's society, much of our focus falls on to reactive based "solutions" towards poverty. It is very rare that we see a large range of preventative measures being practiced to tackle the issues of poverty before they start.

Alas, that the problem were simply that no-one had thought that we need to address poverty through education at a young age instead of trying to reform the habits of adults: but the history of modern educational reform begins with this observation in the late 1700s.

Comment edited by moylek on 2016-04-11 13:36:46

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