Part three questions - Question One Tara has titled her...

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Question One: Tara has titled her book Educated and much of her education takes place in classrooms, lectures, or other university environments. But not all. What other important moments of "education" were there? What friends, acquaintances, or experiences had the most impact on Tara? What does that imply about what an education is? Tara had many important moments of “education.” Since growing up off the grid she learned many things. Tara learned how to scrap, use herbal medicine, roofing, etc. Her family did everything themselves and taught each other. The Days of Abomination taught her how to prepare for the end of the world. The summers Tara would bottle peaches while winters were for rotating supplies. Over time though Tara was able to learn more than just stuff needed to be done around the house. When Tara started doing the plays she met Charles. Charles was different from anyone else she has been friends with, he changed her world. He showed her what “normal” people live like. They went to the movies, got ice cream, and just hung out. She learned what it's like to not live life in fear constantly like her family always has. Charles even gave her ibuprofen something she thought was witchcraft because the pain just disappeared. This had happened on one of the breaks when Tara first started going to college where her mind was opened to that new world Charles had showed her. Not only did she learn whatever her classes were teaching but her ignorance because of her lack of knowledge. For example when Tara was in her Western Art

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