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“Education Is power” A power of knowledge’s, that grants freedom to live, to laugh, to learn and most important to share

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Creating a brighter future for Haiti, safe guard our #1 natural resource our people, especially our greatest legacy our children. This power comes from understanding that Education Is power – A power of knowledge’s, that grants freedom to live, to laugh, to learn and most important to share.  

Education Is Power and regardless where this education is obtained, once it’s yours, no one can take it away from you! I truly believe that our children young and old represent our #1 natural resource… and we all have the need and right to a vocation. “Creating of Brighter Future for Haiti” is the inspiration for me to, in our world there are many Haiti (s), that is why it so important to focus all our energy to this amazing Caribbean country. Haiti is the most populous full member-state of the Caribbean Community. Populous is a truly inspiring word, full of residents, jammed with people passionate people.

I believe with people all amazing goodness is possible, that knowledge has led me here today.

To transform a populous to prosperity requires a plan. Vocational and technical education is the secret sauce to improving the economic development of Haiti.  Much of what we learn has a direct correlation to the social influence of learning. Economic doom and gloom create a struggle that students of all ages experience. The struggle that keeps the next generation away from attending a vocational and technical education is the struggle that continues to reduce any chance of eliminating the economic hardships. No matter how, economic hardships keep people down, economic hardships is
avoidable.

In a challenging economy, developing renewed education success is critically dependent on cultural adaptability. Cultural adaptability is a rediscovering process critical to the survival of our humanity itself.

Haiti’s history – inventing survivability…..

Haiti’s historicaly unique for several reasons. When it gained independence in 1804, it was the first independent nation of Latin America and the Caribbean, the only nation in the world established as a result of a successful slave revolt, and the second republic in the Americas. Its successful revolution by slaves and free people of color inspired the world, that is why I believe the vocational revolution occurring in Haiti today will once again led the world.


“Education is an evolutionary market process when embraced by the populous has no limit.”  

What we know for sure, the education markets will continue to evolve, and the  amount of market change is unknown; what is clear is that “The Markets Drive the education spending, and the education spend drives our economy” and education resiliency are vital to improving our economy, and education is the best tool for re-inventing a robust economy.

When self, influenced by rediscovery, the social influence of learning sets the stage. We have some work to do, all the books that have been written about the rediscovering process can be summed up into one rule;

“Rediscover, rediscover often, and never stop rediscovering and the natural by-product becomes success!

This brings us to a level of understanding that education is a form economic power that when generated smartly results in
unlimited potential. Humanities’ DNA is programed to drive us outward to explore, to invent, and to prosper. When
society limits this outward motion regardless the reason, substandard education practices result. In my opinion, the education model that is best suited to empower our natural instinct to explore and invent is a career or vocational education.

Its concepts promote the most basic common denominator that if you teach humanity to fish, “we can survive”, “we feed ourselves”, “we can prosper”. And we can continue to explore and invent better ways to fish.

The economic effectiveness of human capital relies upon on the skills of its work force. The skills and the abilities of the work force, in turn, are dependent upon the quality of the education and training systems in place.  

Taken from the a speech I gave at the: Organization of Support to the Development of the Plateau Central, Inc.  http://osdpc.org/annual-events/2014-annual-fundraising-event/

by AMERICAN WRITER Dr. Pietro Savo Tradition Books Publication © 2014

Manufacturing Research Practitioner ™ by Dr. Pietro Savo

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