Very recently we had Dolores Huerta as a guest speaker in my school, she spoke in regards about education (what it really means to be 'educated'), education for women ( within their homes), and immigration. She brought up an interesting point on how having a degree does not really make you educated, it just makes you well prepare. In the English language being 'educated' means having some sort of degree. In contrast, in Spanish the word 'educado' means being polite, nice, and having good manners. In spanish when refering to a person with a college degree they say "bien preparado", well prepared instead. A person might have a degree and not really be educated because education is so much more than that. Its true, but that is not to say that you shouldnt go to college and get a degree. What she meant is never to forget to be a good person. Learn and give back to your community! Do you agree?