The students all said that in their host countries:
- School is harder. There’s less homework but the material is more rigorous. People take education more seriously, from selecting the content to selecting the teachers.
- Sports are just a hobby. In the U.S., sports are a huge distraction from the business of school, but that’s not the case in other countries.
- Kids believe there’s something in it for them. The students in other countries deeply believe that what they are doing in school affects how interesting their lives were going to be. Even if they don’t like a class, they see their education as a stepping stone to their future.
With the travel season upon us, it’s time to begin exploring again and creating memories that last.
Like everyone else, I’m pretty much broke and can’t afford to go on a luxury trip across Europe, but just because the university takes all my cash doesn’t mean I can’t still travel.
Here is a list of 10 countries that rank on the low-end for cost right now:
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Service to others is the rent you pay for your room here on earth.
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We keep delaying things. Why don’t we just delay the whole bill permanently and come up with a real solution that reality is affordable and that really will take care of everybody?
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I’m always amazed that people will actually choose to sit in front of a television and just be savaged by stuff that belittles their intelligence.
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There are not two words in English language more harmful than “good job”.