Are college tuitions reasonable?
Are foreign languages part of the curriculum? If so, which languages?
Are most schools coeducational in your country?
Are there any subjects/classes you wanted to study but they weren't available at your school/college?
Are there good colleges in your country?
Are women encouraged to pursue education?
Do you have difficulty with school work?
Do you know anyone who does not know how to read or write?
Do you think teachers are paid enough?
Do you think your school is a good one? Why/why not?
Do you think your teachers give too much homework?
Do you think it is easier to learn as a child or as an adult?
Do you think public speaking can improve your english?
How can we improve our classroom?
Why English is hard to learn at university level?
How do you travel to school?
How long must you go to college to get a degree?
How much is too much homework? How should the homework load be managed?
If you have not attended college, do you plan on doing so?
Is it difficult for people without a college education to get good jobs where you live?
What are some good ways to learn English?
What are some important factors in determining which college to attend?
What are the qualities of a good student?
What are the qualities of a good teacher?
What classes would you take?
What do you study? What's your major?
What is the average age of a high school graduate?
What is your favorite class?
What was (or is) your favorite subject? Why do you like it?
Who selects the college you will attend -- you or your parents?
Why are you studying a foreign language?
Why do you think people become teachers?
Why is it helpful to learn a Second language ?
Why is it sometimes very difficult to speak another language?
Would you consider studying abroad?
How much free time does a high school student in your country have?
Do parents home-school their children in your country?
What do you think of home-schooling?
Do you know anyone who was home-schooled?
Do you think that most parents influence what university their child will attend?
Once you graduate from a university should you stop learning?
What are some ways a person can continue to learn?
Does education guarantee a good job?
Which is more important, the essential skills in life you've learned to develop on your own or the artificial structure in college about the "real" life?
Which high schools and colleges are the best in your country?
Which high schools and colleges are not so good in your country?
We should not just prepare for life, but live it. Do you agree?
What kind of world do you think this would be if people never went to school?
Should education be free?
Do the elite in your country attend only one or two universities?
Do elite universities help or harm your country?
Does your country provide a good public school system?
Do your children attend US schools? If so, how do their schools differ from those your children attended back home?
Does your country have good public universities? If not, why do you think there is a lack of funding for education in your country?
What realistic changes would you make to your country's attitude toward education?
What role do you think human capital plays in the development of countries?
Why do students cheat during tests and exams?
How do they cheat?
What is your attitude towards cheating?
What are the dangers of cheating?
How should parents react?
How should teachers react?
What is the role of school and decision makers?
Where do we learn the skills necessary to become a good student - in elementary, middle or high school?
What skills separate good students from bad students?
What do you think about a gap year, is this something you would consider?
Should people go straight from school to university, or do something different?
What do you wish your teachers understood about you?
What is a "genius"?
Do you think a person can become a genius, or are they just born that way?
What do you consider to be a "smart" or "slow" person?
Are things that your school teaches you that you think are not important?
Are there things your school does not teach that you think it should?
Are school uniforms good to have? Why/why not?
Do prefer school uniforms or casuals clothes better?
Would you ever want to learn a third language? [To be "trilingual"]
What do you consider "hardworking" or 'lazy"?
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