The Importance Of Rights In Education

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Every girl and boy has the right to a good education, but billions of children and young people miss out. Education isn’t just about finding an occupation. When one is educated, one is more likely to be attentive of his/her rights, and better able to make sure that those rights are valued. Education gives people choices and the assurance to take advantage of those choices in a positive way. Education is significant not just for the individual, but also for members of the individual’s community. Lot of people out there are living demoralizing lives because of been ignorant to education. Education does not only yield at schools only but also at homes, churches and other context of the community so does the problems experienced at schools. The absence of discipline may seriously hinder the teaching and learning process, and, if troublesome behavior prevails, education cannot be effective. In this essay we will be discussing issues faced by schools in the process of creating a positive school culture and how rights are often violated within a school setting. We will look at educators’ positive and negative reactions towards learner misconduct and how learners behave towards the educators. 1. Safety School safety is a serious measure that every school should take into consideration. Every school must have policies and measures to make sure that both educators and learners are safe when they are in the school premises. There are ways in which both learners and educators safety
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