The economy of academic excellence in education is much like that of the Fram Oil Filter commercials which began in 1972.
The ad usually involved a mechanic working under a car. He would talk about the relatively low cost of an oil filter in relation to the estimated $2,000 cost of repairs he was doing on the car that didn’t have its oil filter replaced. He would hold up an oil filter and say, “You can pay me now” and then hold up a piston and say, “or you can pay me later.” The ad makes a great point: Not properly doing the small things typically leads to greater expense.
Students that receive an education based upon a sound curriculum and the promotion of academic excellence usually do well in high school, college, and beyond. The financial return on a good educational foundation often eliminates the expense of remedial course work at the college level.
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