SOME PEOPLE THINK THAT THEY CAN NOT GO BACK TO SCHOOL LIKE IT IS TO LATED AND IT ISNT. I SAW A LADY TODAY SHE WAS AROUND IT 60-80 YEARS OLD AND SHE WAS GOING TO SCHOOL.YOU DONT NEED FOR YOUR CHILDREN TO SAY WELL TO MY MOTHER DIDNT GO TO COLLGE OR EVEN FINISH HIGH SCHOOL SO IM NOT . PEOPLE NEED TO SEE THE BIG PICTURE.
It is never too late to get some education. The more knowledge and reasoning power we have the better it is for us at any stage of life. Ignorance is the biggest threat to freedom.
OF COURSE, THERE IS NO AGE TO EARN LEARN KNOWLEDGE. EVERY MOMENT RATHER BREATH IS GAINFUL. B.R.HANDA,, WRITER,ASTROVASTU CONSULTANT
I went back to school in my early thirties, best thing I ever did! I will probably do a Masters when I retire in a few years.
I am planning to go back to school for my PhD when my youngest child is about 5 years old. I'll be in my early 40s by then. I believe it's not that late for me. Motherly duties first
Parents are people, too. After sacrificing their time, money, and energy on raising a family, they deserve the opportunity to continue, or start, their education. People generally live longer now, a good number of retirements are shot because of the economy, so having a new set of skills could always come in handy. I am all for it. I am one of those parents myself. There is a good possibility that I could be walking across that stage at graduation with my son or my daughter. They happen to think that is pretty cool.
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