Making a career choice these days is getting tougher, and not everybody gets a career in engineering and medicine; nor can many of us become the part of the bureaucracy élite. My daughter Tegan has never been to school but like any parent, I was anxious for her to learn to read. So when she was four years old, I gathered together some suitable books and games and away we went. Except we didn’t. She hated it. She didn’t like the level of story; she thought they were too babyish but, of course anything aimed at older children was too difficult for her to grasp. Reading lessons became stressful for both of us. Even reading aloud together was overshadowed by the ‘need to read’. So I gave up. We stopped the lessons.
Once you get properly trained and have some experience then you can move to higher positions. These professionals earn good money but the workload is hard and they need be vigilant. There are also some specific courses that can be done to join the stock market. If you want some specifics, look for courses offered by the National Stock Exchange.
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The best example of this is Mr. Narendra Modi who has made his tough journey from being a chaiwallah to the highest post in the country of becoming the Prime Minister. He is honest, hardworking, ruthless, and gives us the feeling that India will get its rightful place under him.
The United States’ government has been playing catch up for decades. President Lyndon Johnson’s War on Poverty (1964) which denied federal funds to public schools with racially discriminatory programs; a Nation at Risk (1981), which did not specifically target minorities but did adopt a curriculum for an overhaul of public education in America, and No Child Left Behind (2001), which was designed under the Bush administration in order to close the educational divide between urban schools and their suburban counterparts.
Ensure you surround your child with books. Place a collection of interesting books in every room. Let your child observe you reading – you can smile and laugh out loud as you read so the child sees that reading alone is also a pleasure. Read snippets to the family, whether it be a book or newspaper or back of the cereal packet. Create a reading corner with cushions, blankets and comfortable seating.