Some people say education is the only critical factor to the development of a country. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement?

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on the other hand
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is something that we all need. The differences are just what we learn. Mostly the limited educational horizons of poor and less educated people have more to deal with their personal situation than with problems of bigger effects on a
. Attending school is sometimes too expensive and it does not feed a family.
there must be a reason for
. For me it looks like some countries have realized that
is the key for the globalization process. If we take India
for example
we can see that a change in the educational system had changed the economy of the
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. In regard to
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for the development of a
. Less
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is Power and an investment in the near future and
it has to be an official task.
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