Education is Where It’s At

Disclosure: I was not compensated for this post, but I was provided details about Pre-K 4 SA and the logo used below. However, all views and opinions expressed are strictly my own.

You better believe that I know Education is Where It’s At!  Every bone in my body tells me so, which is why I have such a passion and affinity to life long learning.  Why?  Because I’m living proof; and if you’ll indulge me, I’d like to take a moment to combine my work with my passions and share them with you here.  😀

As a Mexican-American, born into a migrant family, where Spanish was the predominant language, I know choosing education over everything else is what’s allowed me to live a financially stable, fulfilling life.  Don’t get me wrong, I realize that you can also get here without a formal education, but even education gained informally via the School of Hard Knocks or Life counts as education in my book.   😉

Formal education, like everything else is a choice, but access to it shouldn’t be.  From Pre-K to higher ed, having to pay higher premiums to access a good education can be dividing, which is unfortunate.

Pre-KlogoEng_cmyk-yoursassyself.comThis is why I was happy to learn about Pre-K 4 SA.  It’s a full-day program for 4-year-olds, made up of certified master teachers, which aims to go beyond the ABCs and give children the tools needed to succeed.  As in other promising approaches to education, there is a lottery system that requires an application submission between February 24 through June 6.  If you’re in San Antonio and will have a 4 year old for the 2014-2015 school year, check them out.   🙂

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Regardless of where you fall on the state and cost of our current education system, I think we can all agree that we want our children to become productive members of our society and reach a little further than we did.  To that end, I think education, guidance and opportunity can only enhance that desire, taking it from a dream, to reality.  😉

How has education (formal/informal) helped you in your life?




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  1. Early education is SO important for building that love of learning. I remember how much I LOVED going to school when I was little.

    • Agreed, that’s why its a passion of mine…happy you stopped in Melissa and thanks for your comment. Hope to see you here again 🙂 Have a great night!

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