12 Pageant Questions and Answers About Education

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12 pageant questions and answers about education will hopefully educate you a bit more on the topic of pageants and what answers you might expect to get. Pageants have been a controversial topic ever since they were first organized. We can only assume that whenever certain individuals stand out, there must be a crowd of others feeling displeased and ready to criticize. Some might refer to it as the human nature. Anyway, despite the criticisms, there have always been pageants, and there will be, so let us move on to the questions. According to Certbolt, preparation paves the way to success.

Millions of little girls are dreaming of being proclaimed as the most beautiful at a competition. The tricky part is that best competitions also involve the hardest questions. It’s a cruel world out there. Beauty queens are in the limelight and a very easy target to criticize. When you are put under the spotlight and interviewed, it can be rather nerve-wracking. To avoid feeling anxious, if you are interested, you can also check our list of 50 common beauty pageant questions and answers for teenagers. Don’t be fooled by “for teenagers.” Pageant teenagers are trained to show an astonishing level of maturity in their answers.

12 Pageant Questions and Answers About Education

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The candidate’s opinion is sought on a variety of topics, and today we shall focus on questions and answers about education related issues. We did the hard work for you and consulted with worldwide experts in this demanding field: Pageant Answers, Storify, The Pageant Planet Ib TimesIndia Today In, and Femina Beauty Pageants.

As you can see, our sources are numerous. You shall observe some questions are more ubiquitous than the others, while some are requiring specific and more in-depth knowledge. The questions are not set in a particular order due to the fact we believe there is no such thing as easy or hard questions. The answers have to be confident, sensible, original and complete, whatever was being asked.

Therefore, let us show you the list of our beauty pageant questions and answers about education. In order to make it more fun and brain teasing, try reading the question and then thinking of an answer on your own. We firmly believe if you have any prejudices against pageants, these answers may surprise you. On the other hand, contestants are bound to find the answers quite inspirational.

12. Are you in favor of prohibiting the use of cellphones by the students in schools, why?

Answer: “No, I am not in favor of prohibiting the use of cellular phones by the students in the school. I believe that the students are still manageable regarding this matter. In addition to that, educators could still solve this classroom management issue through diplomatic, gentle and convincing dialogues with the students.”

11. How could we help the out-of-school youth?

Answer number 11 on our list of pageant questions and answers about education: “The best thing we could possibly do to help them is to conduct activities like seminars and workshops that would enhance their entrepreneurship skills. Because in that way, we are helping and teaching them to earn for their own needs and will become independent in their living. With that project, we would lessen poverty, plus, the possibility of successful entrepreneurs and job providers would be there to help others too.”

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10. What is the one lesson you learned as a child that still affects your life today?

Answer: “I have been dancing since I was a child. I grew up among many students and teachers. I learned to always be happy, patient and positive. That is also what I want to teach to the next generation. Thank you.”

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9. What is your opinion on Common Core education?

Continuing with the answer number 9 on our list of pageant questions and answers about education: “Every and any type of education is very important, because as cliche as it may sound, knowledge truly is power. However, it shouldn’t be the only type of education we should offer to young people. I believe we need to re-prioritize what is being taught and deemed as “most important.” We need to offer knowledge on how to face real-life challenges. We need to teach our kids real knowledge about politics, feminism, rape culture, racism, ethnic studies, healthy eating, homophobia, Islamophobia, self-acceptance/love, self-defense classes, among many other things. I know some are sensitive topics, but they’re things that we will come across in life and must face one way or another. I believe we need to find more importance in teaching our young generations how to think critically and form their own opinions instead of only teaching them obedience and how to take tests and fill in bubbles.”

12 Pageant Questions and Answers About Education


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