Link to course: http://sportspath.typepad.com/sports-path-e-learning-bl/leadership-education-for-coachesthe-lma-school-of-football-management.html
This purpose of this entry is to discuss about opportunities. For me, a student at FDR, with a good economic situation, money has become a barrier to education. As I wrote this entry, I changed my mind from narrating about what I did to sharing my learnings. Now I think, what kind of education do people with poor economic situations receive? What kind of opportunities do they gave?
The correlation between economics and education doesn't just go on how the best thing you can invest money in is education, but the fact that the kind of education you receive in countries like Peru, in which public schools aren't good, depends on your economic situation. This motivates me to create a certain type of education that is good and accessible, and that brings me back to Innova Schools. I'm not sure if they are completely in the right track, but they are the first ones who do it in the country and it's never easy to pave the road.
As always, I relate everything to soccer. In some way, soccer does help this issue. Every big soccer youth academy hosts their players and pays them complete tuition for food, beds and education, hoping that after some years they will sell the player and make profit. This is what's missing in Peru, only EGB is trying to move into those tracks.
Going back to the main point, I might be taking the course I linked above and doing a study just like an extended essay discussing the difference between peruvian and european soccer, highlighting the value of youth academies and infrastructure and relating these to how it would benefit or affect the government, economics or education. Moreover, proposing a project to a youth academy at Peru might be the next step I take in this project.