thanks for lookin'!
The second one is very nice John!
The problem in Turkey isn't unique. There is so much pressure, worldwide, for students to find placement in universities. It just isn't possible, the numbers don't add up... and would we really want everyone to get a ~4 yr college degree? I think we do need more schools that teach real-world skills, and which really help them find good jobs.
I dont know who is luckier , US students or Turkish Students. This Sunday , 2 million high school graduates will enter to the exams for university and 200 000 will be accepted. 1.8 million will look to the air. But gov universities costs 400 dollars per year. If I had 1 billion , I would build a 2 million students university campus for them. I am seeing in my dreams while I was designing the campus.
I think we must find a solution for them , may be more open universities , distant education programs. Rich families send their children to abroad and they could find third grade universities and departments and they remain jobless here. There is few public libraries full of 60 years of age books and interlibrary costs 25 dollars per book. Ah thank you internet , everyone have it and if they can escape from oscar movie stars or football or shit loaded women pictures of microsoft site , they can do something.
Gov passes 12 year education rule and its good but we need more , we must make it 16.
Thank you god , there is no visa to Russia or Ukraine and university and dormitory costs 2000 dollars per year , same expense with Turkey.
i know, kind of crazy vivid !
Wowie those are vivid! Beautiful.
thanks guys , i just added a few to the original post ..
Nah, It wasn't over the line, that's the whole point of these blogs.