Problems Related To The Education System

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With the education system becoming an integral part of the student’s and parents’ life, there are numerous opportunities and problems that arise within this system. Here are the most common problems faced by the education system listed down below.

  • Lack of budget for education

One of the issues every other education system suffers with is the budget for education. Although many constitutions have asked the government to allocate the highest allocation to education, many governments have failed and still have to give their country’s education system a low budget.

  • Lack of Good Quality of Education

Poor quality of education can cause many problems, such as unemployment which means no job. It also means no health, and it also means no or less food, which means starvation. We will need a good education system and well-trained professionals and educated teachers to teach for good quality education. Poor quality will also lead to bad decision-making.

  • The problem of the education gap

Many educational pieces of training have a mismatch with the actual job. This is a significant and important issue as it is a cause of an increase in unemployed people. According to a source, the number of unemployed people has increased over time to 600,00 per year. This condition is also known and referred to as the education gap.

  • The issue of the social divide

Most modern societies have worked on providing equal education to everyone even to rich and poor, but in many cases, the poor cannot take on many opportunities as the rich get to opt for them and might be expensive to opt for. Even today in the modern world almost all the countries of the world are facing this issue of social divide that they need to fight by providing equality and equal chances to each and everyone present in the country.

  • Affording the education

Another issue is if the parents can afford the education of their children. A student doing well might have to drop out since his parents can’t afford the education expenses. Most children drop out at the elementary level, and most end up working at a young age with their parents, leading to increased child labor.

  • Class Size Overcrowding

One of the crucial issues is also the class size overcrowding can also affect the students and the teachers as the students and teachers would feel stressed, and the students will not receive the attention and personalization they deserve. This would also lead to a lack of interest in school and eventually lead to dropping out of school.

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Dorotea Reyna

Dorotea Reyna is an author/play writer and has multiple titles published under name. She has also been volunteering for different universities and did Pro-bono fundraising consulting.

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