雅思写作政府类高分范文 | 是否应该为年轻人投入更多
- 2016年06月08日11:03 来源：互联网
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The best way for a country to prepare for the future is investing more resources in its young people. How true do you think it is? What is the best way to invest the resources?对于一个国家而言，应对未来最好的方法就是投入更多的资源在年轻人身上。对此你认为可信吗?你认为对于政府而言投入资源最好的方式是什么呢?
The future of a nation is in the hands of the youth, but alarmingly, young people are the victims of the current economic crisis with soaring youth unemployment. This essay shall examine whether investment in young people (e.g. their education) is the most effective approach to move the nation forward in the future and analyze the best way to make this investment.
The investment in the education of youngsters is definitely worthwhile, since it is a double-win outcome for both a nation and its people. For the society, labor and workforce demands can be met by making more youths employable. At the same time, investments in youths enable more young people to contribute to the world's collective well-being. As far as young individuals are concerned, with the governmental investments, they are able to access and succeed in college. Educational opportunity yields a broad array of benefits to both individuals and society. Reports have consistently shown that going to college has far-reaching and quantifiable personal benefits, including higher salaries and improved health. Nothing matters more than education. In other words, if our educational system is broken, all of these are broken, too.
Yet despite these efforts, access to and success within higher education remains unequal. Many students--particularly those who are black, Latino/a, first generation, and low income-face numerous challenges throughout their educational journeys that obstruct their paths to and through college. In order to meet current national goals for increased access and completion, higher education leaders, as well as government officials must clear these pathways so all students can succeed.
In conclusion, it pays off for any nation to invest more resources in young people, as these investments will increase student learning and graduation rates and in turn secure our nation's economic future, as well as contribute to the overall well-being of the society. But more importantly, they will move us closer to obtaining a priceless divided: a more equitable and just society.