The main problem of this research is: Social inequality, people from lower-class cannot afford good education for their children, while people from upper-class can get best education for their children. The big part depends on parents, the way parents act, raise their children. It has an enormous
In the movie, it describes how parents are not only not able to afford a tutor, but they can not tutor their child themselves because they never completed the level of education that their child is at. Students all over the country are not able to get the help that they need in school, and as a result, it leads to the students dropping out and ending their educational
Poor single parents can’t afford to buy their children home computers, laptops, books, and the other things that can help their children to succeed in school. Not being able to have the things that help in learning, he/she may have a hard time understanding his/her lessons well. Therefore, the children can lose their interest in schooling that can lead them to drop
The private schools have set up scholarship, as well. On the one hand, the pupils who are from rich families or more able will be sent to the private schools by their parents for a better education. Compared with them, those who are less able and from ordinary families will go to state schools and receive an ordinary education. Different education, different future. This divides them to separated groups and it is extremely unfair.
Since boarding school did not actually teach their students, students had nothing to build off of. They spent half of their day at boarding school in class where they were being brainwashed and the other half of the day working in the fields or digging ditches. Thus causing many students to fall into extreme poverty when they returned
Due to the fact that each and every family is uniquely different in economic standing. Money separates families into social classes. Which can leave certain students better equipped to succeed in school due to their ability to experience opportunities that others cannot afford. Annette Lareau, a sociologist, conducts research that analyzes the differences in child rearing in regard to the way a middle class verse a poorer class child is raised. When studying a family,
Studies show that when comparing the abilities of children that attend public school to their peers at private schools, those that attend private schools fare much better (Banerjee & Duflo, 2011). While in some poor communities there are no public schools as the government cannot keep up with the demand for education. Substantial research was conducted to determine the causes of these challenges and they (Andrabi, Das, Khwaja, Vishwanath, & Zajonc, 2007) identified three main factors; lack of accountability within public schools, misalignment between what is taught and what the market requires and insufficient schools. Firstly, accountability within government schools is lacking thereby reducing the quality of education as teachers are absent or not interested in supporting children that struggle to learn (Mbiti, 2016). Secondly, pedagogy is not aligned with current market demands thereby creating a misalignment between parents’ expectations of the benefits of sending their children to school instead of their children joining the labour force.
Moreover, the low education level at schools is one of the popular reasons especially in Math and English subjects, additionally the private students are suffering in native language (Arabic). Parents are suffering with their children nowadays because of the complicated and trivial curricula. Furthermore, a large number of teachers are giving more effort in private lessons and classes outside the school -leading to lower effort in the classroom. (Fattahova,2013). The government should spend more money to invest on education, by enhancing the teachers ' salaries, and the ministry of education has to consider on spending more money to change the old curricula taught at schools, also government should invest on enhancing teachers ' skills and rebuild the
The major effect of insufficient education in Thailand is the poorness of Thai people. According to Nations Encyclopedia (2016), many people are in poverty cycle because they cannot afford to send their children beyond compulsory schooling. This causes many impacts on individuals’ lives because they will be unqualified for a high paying job, which can enhance their income and improve their living conditions. As a result, this shows that education is significant in people’s lives as it can develop and give them many opportunities. In