Top 40 Quality Education Quotes

In this post, you will find great Quality Education Quotes from famous people, such as Lauren Boebert, Alex Padilla, London Breed, Jane D. Hull, Ned Lamont. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.

I put rural Colorado first, and I introduced the MORE P

I put rural Colorado first, and I introduced the MORE PILT Act to support rural law enforcement, search and rescue operations, wildfire fighting and quality education.
Providing a quality education for children starts before they even arrive at school.
By providing every student with a quality education, and the materials they need for class and to do their homework, we can help students from all backgrounds learn and thrive.
I have said it on several occasions, several times from this podium, that providing a quality education for our children is high on my priority list. I will not stop now.
The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed the way schools function in nearly every capacity, and I am proud of the way Connecticut‘s education officials, teachers, and staff have been able to respond in order to ensure that students continue to receive a quality education.
Tonight, you are hearing from the Democratic women of the Senate… We stand together on so many issues: economic prosperity, quality education for all, protecting a woman‘s right to choose.
My mother didn’t set out to surround us with white students or colleagues. My mother just sought a quality education. People have these expectations of who they think you should be. And I say it’s because they don’t really understand Malcolm X – or his wife.
Ilyasah Shabazz
As the first member of my immediate family to graduate from college, I understand the importance access to high quality education plays in preparing our children to learn and compete in a competitive, global workforce.
Access to a quality education in our country is a civil right for all Americans young and old. But to ensure it for scores of our fellow Americans, we must rethink education.
We will invest in our people, quality education, job opportunity, family, neighborhood, and yes, a thing we call America.
Today there are people trying to take away rights that our mothers, grandmothers and great-grandmothers fought for: our right to vote, our right to choose, affordable quality education, equal pay, access to health care. We the people can’t let that happen.
I want to make sure every child has the opportunity for quality education.
Our message of ensuring every Hoosier has access to a quality education that turns into a good paying job, that ultimately leads to a meaningful career with access to affordable health care, is resonating.
What I saw when I went to France was that really good quality education and childcare is seen there as a completely normal part of everyday life.
Every child should have the opportunity to receive a quality education.
We must invest in affordable housing, quality education, safe parks and green space, good paying jobs, comprehensive mental health and trauma services, and other supports that will help all of our people.
If the government can afford luxury travel for its cabinet officials, then surely we can find the resources to invest in quality education, jobs skills training, and properly fund the State Department and foreign aid programs.
The right to a quality education is, I believe, the perfect path to bridge the gap between different cultures and to reconcile various civilizations. Without such a right, the values of liberty, justice and equality will have no meaning. Ignorance is by far the biggest danger and threat to humankind.
Moza bint Nasser
At their core, Americans all want the same basic things: a quality education for their children, a good job so they can provide for their families, healthcare and affordable prescription drugs, security during retirement, a strongly equipped military and national security.
As an educator myself, I understand the profound effect that good teachers and a quality education have on the lives of our young people.
Economic prosperity and quality education for our children are inexorably linked.
But the fact is, no matter how good the teacher, how small the class, how focused on quality education the school may be none of this matters if we ignore the individual needs of our students.
Republicans need to define and present specific policies on how to eradicate poverty, help every child achieve a quality education, and lower the cost of increasing health premiums.
Our nation‘s commitment is to provide a quality education to every child to serve the public common good. Accordingly, we must shift the paradigm to think of education funding as investments made in individual children, not in institutions or buildings.
So, we should work on imparting quality education and make our children responsible citizens. For that, we should also come forward and do our bit. So I want to open an academic institute for the underprivileged children, where they can acquire knowledge and become responsible citizens.
We certainly hope that Secretary DeVos will work on behalf of every student and ensure equal access to a safe and quality education for LGBTQ young people.
Above all, I believe every child, no matter their ZIP code or their parents‘ jobs, deserves access to a quality education.
As the 29th state to join the United States of America, it is our turn to show the nation what represents Iowa. Our commitment to quality education, hard work, and small-town values are all represented in the Iowa quarter.
As a former teacher and a mother and grandmother, I know firsthand the importance of a quality education.
After spending 40 years recruiting students from high schools all over the country, I know the difference a quality education can make in a young person‘s life.
If we provide quality education to one generation, poverty will automatically be eradicated from society.
We cannot, as a country, improve economically, socially

We cannot, as a country, improve economically, socially, and culturally without quality education.
Lucio Tan
A black agenda is jobs, jobs, jobs, quality education, investment in infrastructure and strong democratic regulation of corporations. The black agenda, at its best, looks at America from the vantage point of the least of these and asks what’s best for all.
It’s not easy for the average family to ensure that their child receives a quality education. And the federal government is not making it any easier.
A quality education grants us the ability to fight the war on ignorance and poverty.
I’ve been a practicing physician for over 30 years. Every day, I get to wake up and do a job I love – it’s not something I take for granted. I want every child in our commonwealth to have that same opportunity, and the foundation for that is a quality education.
What we need is an education system that works for every child, not a select few. This starts with providing a quality education for our youngest Americans so they can learn, grow, and become prosperous citizens.
Access to quality education has enabled me to reach far beyond the Bangladeshi village I grew up in.
When the federal government invests in education, it should support quality education and career readiness rather than institutions that make empty promises.
Latinos are concerned about the same pocketbook issues that matter to most middle class Americans – creating good-paying jobs in this country, making sure our children get a quality education, and ensuring that our families have access to affordable and quality healthcare.