Early Voices from the Education Matters Project (Video)

Our educational system needs to be fixed. Everyone is thinking about it today. But now more than ever we need to do something about it. We need to rally around people who care and figure out a plan to take action. According to some of our early videos, I’ll share with you a few reasons why education matters to people around the world?

The skills and needs of today’s graduates are radically changing. ¬†Our society needs to think more about the way we prepare our next generation. And to start doing that, it is important to hear the many voices who fundamentally believe in the importance of education.

Here is why education matters to some people around.

  • It’s really critical to achieving you life goals.
  • It represents freedom from financial stress
  • It gives people opportunities they never knew existed
  • It’s a great way to accelerate your mind
  • It allows you to go to the next level
  • It gives you option to do whatever you want
  • It allows you to do things can go down in history

 

Thursday, March 29th, 2012 Education

2 Comments to Early Voices from the Education Matters Project (Video)

Kendra
April 2, 2012

Jeremy, this looks great. Keep up the excellent, inspiring work!

Jeremy C Wilson
April 2, 2012

@Kendra

Thanks so much for your comment. Our videos are turing out great so far. Also, if you missed it, be sure to check out a different video posted just a few days ago. http://www.jeremycwilson.com/2012/03/the-education-matters-project-promo/

Best,
Jeremy

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