Education - The facts? Well
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Education - The facts?

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DescriptionTony Blair has banged on about education for many and made a massive statement with one of these damning words 'education, education, education'. It's very easily said and perhaps understood by a few but doesn't this vary from individual to individual and from society to society?

There are many issues involved defining the phrase education. Generally speaking, Web de oposiciones is defined as planning to school, then college or university and thereafter getting a job. Obviously, passing of exams reflects how clever a person is. However, do exams reflect how intelligent one is and have we being a society attached a label with it? It must be noted that some individuals are 'academically' bright. By this, I am talking about they're enthused by learning theory at schools and look at hard for exams and then pass getting pretty high grades. Alternatively, it must be delivered to attention that academically intelligent people may lack intelligence in other fields. Maybe you have looked at that? For example, someone who gets high grades for exams may not have the social skills needed for the 'real world'. So doesn't this suggest their studies were pointless? Do we have to study very difficult and acquire a's and b's to obtain the title 'intelligent'? All things considered, as we examine historical figures, did they're going to school? Did inventors start such as this. Fundamental essentials questions we must make a list of.

For me personally, being a student at postgraduate level, I've met many individuals from around the globe. Using this experience We have learned that just how intelligence is measured within this modern society is something to think about. From medical professionals to cleaning staff, I have met a variety. Out of this, I can conclude how the way intelligence is measured in society is worrying. People with degrees work in areas with no relevance with their subject area and individuals are constantly being employed for reasons besides their academic qualifications. Therefore, are schools preparing us for that big bad world? An answer we could receive considering what is happening around us. I personally feel that 'intelligence' is measured within the wrong way. In the end, academic qualifications are purely depending on gaining a title which sticks with wherever we go but our mind are continuously picking up information, ideas, you name it..from people we meet and engage with. Additionally, countries where there isn't any formal institution to teach does not imply the individuals that society are uneducated but perhaps more educated because they must gain skills without any form of guidance from 'so-called' professional bodies which, let's be honest, aren't always one of the most brightest.
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