Education is the backbone of our society, and it is a vital tool in the modern age.
We must be aware that the educational system needs to evolve to meet the needs of the world, not just the short term.
We should focus on the long-term goal of ensuring the country has the best education system for all citizens.
That goal must be met with a focus on quality and fairness, not arbitrary measures, but with a respect for the quality of educational opportunities in a diverse society.
The world needs to have a system of learning that reflects and is inclusive, not one that is limited to a few.
Education should not be a ticket to an exclusive lifestyle or an exclusive school.
And we must stop the cycle of entitlement that exists for some students, with an expectation of special treatment or special treatment at the expense of others.
We should make the right choices in the future to ensure our children and grandchildren will have access to the best possible education.
But if we are going to do so, we must understand that education is a lifelong commitment, and we should not abandon our children to the world when they may not want to leave.
That is why we must make the best of the opportunities that exist and provide them to our children.
It is a moral imperative that we must educate our children in a way that will ensure that they are the best citizens possible.
I am proud to be the first woman to be elected as a member of the United States Congress.
This country has an opportunity to make history by electing the first female president.
As we begin our journey toward that goal, let us ensure that all children are able to learn from the best that the United State has to offer.