Under the 1833 Factory Act no child could work in factories under the age of nine; and the hours children could work was limited, according to their age e.g. 9 to 13 year olds could not work for more than nine hours, and 13 to 18 year olds could not work for more than 12 hours a day. Let’s put it this way, I am stubborn and no one in this world will ever tell me who is good or bad for me. I date/marry whom I like and to hell with education. If you can’t make a relationship work based on other factors then maybe you need to take a deep look at what your values in like are.
Delayed marriage: delayed marriage has many advantages for the individual, the community, and the country. Women who delay their marriage will have shorter reproductive spans and therefore, will tend to have fewer children than women who marry earlier. Likewise, young people who delay marriage will tend to have smaller families, be able to pursue education for self-fulfillment and gainful employment, and be able to help improve the welfare of parents, brothers and sisters.
POOR PEOPLE ARE POOR… If everyone was a doctor who would be there to flip burgers. The world needs the poor. the world need the rich. Poor people are poor because with out poor people, the world just wouldn’t work right. Coming from someone who is a member of the working poor class… ya.. I make Liquid media for Med’s and research. Where would the world be with out my type of poor. What a sad and incorrect publication.
Interesting topic. I do believe education should not be gain under indoctrination because it is limiting creativity and as the result, make people lazy. But somehow, school today, mostly for the young, keep failed to challenging their students to educate themselves rather than only accepting what their teacher give them. And at home, parents not able to bear critic and different opinion from their children about how they handle everything in their life. Where we do it wrong, I am not really sure. But unless by sharing our concern and our understanding we can put awareness in other people minds and hopefully something good will come from it. Just like what you did by writing this hub.
Welcome to Purdue’s College of Education. Let me be upfront: We’re different. We are part of a community of learners that fosters the curiosity and spirit of people who want to change the world – be that through engineering, science, entrepreneurship or human-helping professions like education. We are part of an exciting place to learn.
I wouldn’t like interacting with students by email or passive review of their work, for the same reasons Freeway Flyer states. It could be anybody’s work. But if the students and professor could be on live web cams, wherever they are, at least once a week, then I might be able to get to know the students a little better.