Is Education A Socially Transformative Process?

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‘’Education is essential for everyone. It is the level of education that helps people earn respect and recognition. In my opinion, it is indispensable part of our life both personally and socially. However, the unequal standard of education is still a major problem that needs to be solved.’’

To what extent is education a socially transformative process?
The system set at schools influences the kind of outlook on life and that really effects how people try to develop socially for example self-esteem, how they deal with problems. Teachers therefore have a huge responsibility to nurture healthy life skills for their students. All these scenarios which occur in schools are character building and will greatly affect how a child
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d) According to a statement by Abu Dhabi’s Education Council 18,000 new private school seats are available for the academic year 2014-2015.
Personal Perspective:
Education has been an important part of my life as a child and as a student. For me, the experience of learning new things and of imparting knowledge to others carries with it a special sense of excitement and gratification. I have done several peer-teachings and learned the ideologies of global importance of education and its further scenarios in life.
I also had an opportunity to participate in numerous educational activities which took me through the process of future implications of education personally, locally and globally. In my opinion acquiring education at a greater level is highly essential as the revolutions in the fore coming years would be lot more upgraded than current situations. Therefore, education is everyone’s right and I believe every individual should emphasize more to achieve complete education as a life goal; as it has to be passed on to the future generations.

Case Analysis:
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In order to maintain the passion for science and technology greater focus would be taken on the National academies in Pakistan. Being a democratic country, there are no restrictions or distinction to the level of education the youth gains, whether it is a boy or a girl education is accepted as a must for all. (Except for some people following the traditional rituals)
Concerning the second case, despite the fact that being the world’s leaders in the academic performance of its secondary school students, Finland has become a pin-up for the anti-school choice movement strikes as odd for majority. In a while, institutions may probably follow common school systems as many countries are standing in competition.
Finally, in the 3rd case, even though better education may be provided all around America but financial aid assistance would decrease as the affordability with one of the lowest tuition rates would get difficult for peers as well as parents.

National Perspective:
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