Mexico education: disaster

Education, one of the most important parts of a men’s life and the key for the success in their life, is normally bad applied in many countries, Mexico not being an exception. This makes that only a few percentage of the Mexican population reach College , creating a country in which the best opportunity for study is leaving it.

Mexico’s 40 percent of the population is under the line of poverty and makes the 15-19 years old teens be a part of the society. This actions delivers to a future in which Mexico is depending on teens that don’t have the enough economical resources to pay a good education or even to have any. This people prefer go and work in the streets to have money to eat than go to a public school.

The Mexican Education Ministry or as it is called in Mexico, SEP (Secretaria de Educación Pública) created an exam in which the main purpose was to research and compare the intelectual ability, capacity of learning and teaching, and the level of the schools all around the country. That’s why after some years of controversy, because that exam brought more unconformities and shames than good things, the SEP accepted to removed the test.

As technology advances and progress, education does it with it. Mexico needs more studying programs and opportunities for the people with few resources to study. Before applying money or propaganda in entering technology in the Mexican education is more important to have more population with the capacity and facility to study.

Mexican people are capable of making great things, but what affects their chance to do that is the lack of confidence. That’s why for the educational part to grow is important that the government shows some help for the Mexican teens that are studying. Creating new or repairing the old public schools, and all the money that is in the budget of education actually spend it in education.

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My name is Diego Arturo Sanabria Lopez. I was born in Guadalajara, Jalisco in the year 1997. My father, Arturo Sanabria, is from the D.F. and my mother, Patricia Lopez, is from a little town called Mascota, Jalisco. I have no brothers or sisters, so I have always been the indulged of the family. At present, I am 18 years old and studying 12 grade (6 semester), at Instituto Thomas Jefferson Campus Guadalajara. Before entering to that school I was on a local kinder. There I spend 2 years of my life. For college i'm attending to the UDG (Universidad de Guadalajara) to study chemical engineer, but there is also an option that I prefer to change to medicine. Some of the things I like are sports. I love all kind of sports: American Football, Soccer, Baseball, Basketball, Tennis, MMA, Box, etc. But the one that makes me more passionate is soccer. Since I was a little boy I had practice soccer. I started playing it in the school team. After some years I played with Manchester, a more advanced team, but injuries made me stop playing a while. Some years passed before I started to play again, in my return I started to play with Cofut Jalisco a 4 semiprofessional division. Right now I'm recovering from a hard knee injury and I'm hopping to get back next season.

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