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What does Education mean?

Education is the driving force that facilitates our society towards learning by opening the gates to higher knowledge. It helps a person acquire knowledge and skills as well as form their own beliefs and ethics. Education is generally supplemented by preschools, middle schools, high schools, colleges, universities and other educational institution. Education as a whole helps society come together, bring forth pioneering ideas and inventions, eliminate mass prejudice and misconceptions regarding our surroundings, breeds the culture of universal human rights, empowers children and women to gain the position of majority in a democracy, reduces gender gap, and drives the economy towards a better future.

Education sector to has become part of the fourth technological revolution as more and more universities are taking part in pioneering, and developing robotics, AI, medical technologies, and other engineering feats. Currently, school classrooms are being equipped with smart classes that are equipped with projectors, smart televisions and pre-recorded audio-visual study materials. It is being predicted by WE Forum that by 2030 education will be provided to children by robots 10 times faster than today’ teaching speed.

Position of Education in contemporary point

Since the growth of educational system throughout the world in the last couple of centuries, education is falling short for the first time as more and more children are forced out of school or dropping out on their education. Global Partnership for Education has provided the statistic of 121 million adolescents and children are out of school, due to mass displacement caused by terrorism and climate change, lack of proper resources and funding, and most importantly poverty. Whereas, according to UNHRC 50 percent of children among the displaced populations are out of school, which is much higher than the global average of 90 percent.

Trends in top education systems in the world

Any form of higher education requires a valuable and concrete foundation. Thus the base educations achieved in schools are more important to the formation of an individual’s knowledge, capabilities, and skills.

  • Sweden: they have reformed its preschool education system by addressing children as persons. They have eliminated the use of stereotype gender activity to educate children. Male and female students are equally encouraged to read and learn about the different profession, they are allowed to use and play with any kind of toys without gender discrimination. This reform has helped raise confidence among the different genders within the nation and has proven constructive to bring gender equality.

  • Finland: they have no standardized test, quality is given more importance than the competition in education, teachers are highly qualified and hold a high valued job, disabled children have the support of high quality, and physical activities are encouraged. New education reformation is being adopted by the education system according to the guidelines of the government to reduce inequality due to socio-economic status.

  •  Belgium: the secondary school in the country is divided into four parts and students at a young age can choose any one category according to their capabilities and desire of future course persuasion. 

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Solutions that are helping in spreading education

Access to education is a human right.

  • Students can make use of technologies and move beyond traditional classroom with the help of smart devices available. More numbers of people have a smartphone compared to access to educations, thus innovative audio-visual applications are one of the ways to help people in remote regions have access to quality education.

  •  Governments across all the nations have to issue acts to make education compulsory for children and adolescent. Failure of schools and educational institution to provide proper education on the basis of caste, creed, gender, and race must have severe punishments by law. 

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