nimekutana na kitabu hiki nilichokisoma miaka mitatu iliyopita kikaninyima motisha wa kusoma. hebu soma intro harafu tutaendelea kukichambua taratibu....
There is a Need
Does school prepare children for the real world? "Study hard and getgood grades and you will find a high-paying job with great benefits,"my parents used to say. Their goal in life was to provide a collegeeducation for my older sister and me, so that we would have thegreatest chance for success in life. When T finally earned my diplomain 1976-graduating with honors, and near the top of my class, inaccounting from Florida State University-my parents had realized theirgoal. It was the crowning achievement of their lives. In accordancewith the "Master Plan," I was hired by a "Big 8" accounting firm, andI looked forward to a long career and retirement at an early age.My husband, Michael, followed a similar path. We both came fromhard-working families, of modest means but with strong work ethics.Michael also graduated with honors, but he did it twice: first as anengineer and then from law school. He was quickly recruited by aprestigious Washington, D.C., law firm that specialized in patent law,and his future seemed bright, career path well-defined and earlyretirement guaranteed.Although we have been successful in our careers, they have