1 There is a supernatural side of life which traditional science cannot explain.
2 The knowledge acquired at university has to be related to the field of work or study.
3 It is the government’s responsibility to provide educational opportunities for free or at reduced cost at all levels, though they are often highly competitive or sub par.
4 In Spanish-speaking countries knowledge is more easily received from abroad than expanded creatively, most frequently due to a lack of economic support for academia.
5 Limited opportunities for research have resulted in a massive emigration of intellectuals to first world countries.
6 Most people have practical goals in life, with little aspiration to scholarship.
7 The historical influence of religion over the state and education continues to have an impact on the content of school textbooks.
8 Most Hispanics spend their working efforts to earn wages, with which they can only afford to cover expenses for basic needs. This leaves little spending money for cultural activities.
9 Most Hispanics do not consider the concepts of autonomy and further exploration beyond classroom learning.


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