Tamar Braxton’s BF, David Adefeso, Addresses A Crucial Subject For Students
Tamar Braxton’s boyfriend, David Adefeso addressed a really important subject for students. He showed his support towards young people for a while now, and his followers really appreciate this.
Here’s David’s post that he shared on his social media account:
‘”David, I’m a student graduating next semester. I want to know: Did college help prepare you for your first job?” #Education #EducationMatters #EducationIsKey #SootchyApp #CollegeEducation,’ David captioned the post that triggered massive debate in the comments.
Someone said: ‘Critical thinking, the discipline, work ethic, and dedication it takes to lead and champion a cause is what College is about. The opportunity to share space and participate with brilliant minds creating the next big idea is the training is given. However, book smarts aside, emotional, spiritual and people smarts are noticeable missing in most college curriculum…. For life, the college prepares you enough but not fully.’
One commenter does not agree and said: ‘Disagree college is only needed for select job titles, maturity is what prepares a person .. not being able to write a paper .. some of the most successful people, did not attend college 🤷🏾♂️’
Another follower posted this: ‘Um, I think it does at least. Without college, you get the uneducated people’s comments which hurts, like its always like people talking about nondegree holders or noncollege graduates. It helps a lot too cause when you see many successful people, independent people they may sometimes have doubts but they are the ones people pay attention to, and college helps people gain independence, sometimes there is a mini allowance you can finally afford school books, afford a work uniform for a parttime job, some freedoms you may enjoy are being closer to a library, free computer labs, to nurture your creativity, counselors. It can also be a great place to have fun as you meet many people and are less limited time-wise or with rules.’
One other fan praised David and posted this: ‘Love it! Thanks for the insight. While not for everyone, college is extremely valuable for those who choose to attend and can afford it.’
What’s your opinion regarding this subject?