An Essay on the Consequences on the Analysis for Education for either at School or at Tertiary Level or in Public Media
An Essay on the Consequences on the Analysis for Education for either at School or at Tertiary Level or in Public Media
The improvement of education in different sections of the society is not adequate till now and there are much important steps are remaining to take under this circumstances (Brown, 2012). The analysis of education regarding the implications of the education is very much inadequate and the society and their correspondence have to accept it and take steps towards the wide improvement of it. In this particular case it is also to be remembered that the improvement in general education system is not only the requirement but the higher education and also the technical education is required for multidimensional purpose and the overall development of the countries and their own societies. According to Daley (2009) a more rigorous analysis regarding this matter can give us the exact result and the consequences of the education in the society and also in the future of the next generation that the education is the only factor that can act as the backbone of the society.
According to Johnson (2011) the statistics of the UNESCO shows that the numbers of people who have enrolled to the educational centers for their lower and primary education have increased in a pretty much number in this decade than the previous decade. The responsibilities of the people towards there next generation to increase the level of education in increasing and it is the consequences of the hard core try to get every individual in the territory of education (Butler, 2010). The most of the increased numbers of the enrolments for the primary education has come from the Asia and Africa. The initiative of the governments towards the education for all type programs and taking different plans and policies towards this has shown this beautiful result of the convergence of the people towards the education. The political and the social environment of the countries are showing that in the near future the proportion of the enrolments of the new candidates in the schools is increasing in a rapid speed in the decades ahead (Henningfeld, 2012). The rate of growth of the integration of women in the higher education is significantly high in this season. The recent studies of McCroskey (2014) concludes that the number of enrolled in the higher education of women has outnumbered the number of men in the recent decade. But it is also true that in the less developed countries this number is approximately half compared to the men. This process of calculation of provision of education is very much significant for the eradication of the gender inequality which has a great impact in the socio and the economic changes in all the spheres of life as well (Madgett et al, 2010). The education is spreading all over the world at a rapid speed and it is very much good news but there is still some challenges waiting for the full reorganization of an overall developed of the nation. The most important thing for the development of the education is the employment of the skillful teachers in the schools and also in the tertiary level and to create the job opportunities for the future generation coming from the different stream of education (Tata, 2010).
The foundation stone of life in the perspective of the career of a student or other multidimensional purposes is made the education structure made by the schools basically in primary and the secondary. The school level education can be segregated in three different parts of the education. These are: The Primary Education, The Secondary Education and the higher secondary education. The provision of the primary education by the schools depends on the different thoughts and structures made by the schools itself about the basic education structure. It is like a virtual and disorganized affair of the school which varies from school to school (Tata, 2010). The primary education may be given by the government as well as by the private institutes. In the less developed countries and in the developing countries the primary education is provided by the government basically but in the developed countries the primary education is not totally provided by the government but many of the non-government and private organizations is playing a good role to provide the primary education in the developed countries (Hudsonâˆ, 2011). Now the secondary education is provided in a stage-managed manner following the common curricula in all over the country. The provision of higher education is depended and varies from different board to board who are liable to provide the eligibility certificate to the students. There may be three levels in the provision of secondary educations - the state levels and two different national level different syllabus and curricula. Depending on the different syllabus and curricula the text books and the references also varies from board to board as well as from school to school. There are some schools also who acts as an autonomous body for the provision of education in the secondary levels of the schools (Madgett et al, 2010). The pattern of the education provided by the boards varies in the long term depending on the situation. The requirement of the education system and the syllabus never remains the same always. So depending on the different situations the syllabus and the structure of the education changes and the education because the education system which drives the country in the right path can never stuck off in the older pattern. The character of the student, the overall personality of the student and the analytical skills of the students are being developed in the primary education stage of the student (Hill, 2009).
It should be always remembered that the backbone of the society is built in the school levels because the students of the schools are going to be the future citizens of the society. The quality as well as the quantity of the education should be very much high in the secondary and in the primary level. This is because the backbone of the society is being manufactured in these levels. The proper and high quality education system can only produce a good citizen in future and of this reason the ethical, economical and psychological balance of the future society can be well maintained in the school education (Mason, 2013). There are various problems and issues too that is faced by the education systems in the school levels which hampers the proper objective of the school education provision. The sub-standard schools of the society are very much less privileged and the teachers of the schools are providing very less participation to their professions. This consequences are seen in the government directed schools specially where the jobs of the teachers are so secured by the government and they do not have any fear to lose their job. The main objective of a good school is not only to score a good result of the students but also to keep the curiosity of the students to attain the schools and to stimulate the interests of the students in taking a proper education. But the teachers of some schools use to forget their main objective in the schools and the loyalty of the teaching profession. Another hurdle in front the good education system is the very high amount of fees charged by the private schools. It is very much usual case that the education qualities of the government schools are not very good. So, the parents want to send their students to the private schools where the fees to take tuition is very much high (Duff, 2014). This incidence provides the cancerous effect on the society and it also makes the disparities between the poor and the rich pretty much higher. When a school is going to take admission in their different classes for a session the merit should be the only indicator to select any student but it is often seen that a meritorious student fails to pay the fees and he/she can never take admission in a good school. This is a key reason for a bad health of a society in different socio economic dimensions. The inefficient allocation of resources also starts at this stage of the society which takes the society into a dark whole and also drags back the society for many years. So to drive the economy in a perfect path of development it is important to provide the education opportunity equally to all of the individuals of the society (Kilic, 2013).
Tertiary education is a special type of education. This education can be acquired after the completion of the high school level of education. There are different diploma and degree courses (masters and bachelors) which are involved in the tertiary level of education. In some countries of the world the primary level education is compulsory for all as a step of the government towards the education for all movement (Kilic, 2013). But the tertiary level of education is not compulsory for all. The candidate can get any kind of tertiary education degree including the certificate, diploma, undergraduate, graduate or post graduate or even masters’ degree. This education gives the candidate to be specialized in a particular field of study and this education level is more professional than academic in the character (Neave, 2015). The different levels of the tertiary education follows different steps which mean any candidate of any education level cannot acquire any level of education in tertiary level. In the first step the student have to complete the certificate programs. Then the degree programs starts with the undergraduate degree. Then after completing the graduate degree programs the students can complete the graduate degree program. After that the student becomes eligible to study in the graduate certificate programs. These are the basic tertiary steps of the program that a student uses to complete. The academic career of a student can be in a greater prospect after the completion of the masters’ degree and then the doctors’ degree (Beare & Slaughter, 2013).
The general education of the school level can create a job opportunities for the candidates in the service level only. But the tertiary level education has the power to provide the education for different job as well as practical implementation of the study. So it is equally important to provide the tertiary level education as well as the school level education (Epstein, 2014). In some countries the hurdles faced by the organizations of the tertiary level of education is the absence of the proper infrastructure for a well developed tertiary level of education. The certificate programs are for the students who want a very short period course of study to complete the tertiary level education and the diploma level takes one or more than one year period to complete the course of study and the under graduate and the graduate courses take two to three and sometimes four years to complete the study (Lieberman & Haar, 2013).
There is a huge impact of the public media in the social life and so the education is also affected by the public media. Both the education of the children as well as adults is affected by the public media. A contemporary issue is the effect of the public media on the parents of the students can be analyzed under these given circumstances. The education about the child-rearing and the provision of the proper guide and study to the children can be driven into the life style of the parents through the public media (O'Sheaâˆ, 2013). Public media is very much helpful for the provision of the education to the parents regarding this matter very much. The public media has both the direct and the indirect effect on the children and their education and with the children the parents are also directly or indirectly affected by the consequences of the education. The mass media is providing the explosion of information to the parents regarding the education and the system of education in the past few decades. There is lots of information to provide a better education available in the mass media. So mass media can be used as a source of good education in this regard. There are a various kinds of medium which is used as the educational medium. In accordance of Pattersonâˆ (2010) the television, books, magazines, radios etc are the classical and very much authentic medium which is used as the medium of education. Now the internet connectivity makes it more and more reliable. Different educational sites are there available which are easy to access as a medium of education. The social media are there now days to provide a good education. It is up to the individual who is using the social networking sites that how they will utilize their sites for education purposes because there are some loopholes in these sites for which these websites may be harmful for the young generations who are using these sites for education purpose.
Before the comparative analysis of the education we have to consider the equal opportunity of education to all with regard to social status and gender. If the service of education reaches to all the individual of the society equally only then the comparison of the consequences of education in school or tertiary level will be appropriate. Not only to get the school level education but also to achieve the higher level education, the gender inequality comes in front as a hurdle and this hurdle also comes in the nontraditional field of study. For this reason from the very beginning of the 1990s the promotion of education both in school and tertiary levels has started by the international agencies and the national governments. The revolution to give the opportunities to the female is a very much hard and complex task. So this task cannot be done so swiftly. There are a million of children globally who cannot get their school level as well as the tertiary level education and approximate 60 percent of the children are female in this respect. The third world countries are more victimized in this regard. The calculation of Ramsayâˆ (2014) signifies that not only the children over 800 million of adults of the world population is illiterate in the 21st century. The disparity in the education and the literacy rates also depends on the diversity in the geographical location. It is very much usual that the rural areas of different countries are much more victimized of the illiteracy rate than the people in urban areas. This is because there are lots of opportunities available for different education purpose in the urban areas which are not available in the rural areas. The technology, transport and communication and many other services which are required to spread the education service are very much available in the urban areas which are not available in the rural areas. Besides this the proper education, both of school and tertiary levels, have to be implemented and the perfect place of the implementation of the education is usually built in the urban areas because the need and the requirements and also the population is pretty much better and high in the urban areas than the rural areas (Sharmaâˆ, 2009). The diversity of the region can be measured in terms of poor area and the rich area. It is very much usual that the persons of poor area are in lack of the opportunity to grab the education in different levels which can be very easily grabbed by the rich society of a country in a very successful way. The obstacles for the provision of the education can be calculated not only in the ground of diversity in the geographical area but also in the ground of political, cultural and economic obstacles and these obstacles are pretty much strong for the provision of education to the female children as well as adults (Ramsayâˆ, 2014). The occupational structure and the income level can be improved after the educational development in both the developed countries and the under developed countries.
Education is important in all the dimensions of the life. The human life of the civilized people is surrounded by the baseless superstitions and these superstitions have negative impact in the life of the people. The proper education can give reasons and logics of all the consequences which are continuously happening with life (Hill, 2009). Therefore, a proper education can only eradicate the overcoming of the superstitions. The illiterate and the uneducated people only think about the beliefs of superstitions. So to combat the superstitions the people should hold the education (Buckingham, 2011).
The world is continuously changing day by day. There are new technologies and the new innovations which are integrating in life with the time. The education is the only way to get the information and knowledge about the new integrations. An individual should have to get in touch with the new technologies to get the happening world known to him/her (McCroskey, 2014). The individuals can adopt all the changes around the particular person with the proper education regarding this matter. The awareness about the new technologies and about the integrations is more available to the educated people than the uneducated one.
The education is a highly effective determinant of healthcare of the society. The illiteracy always brings the ignorance in case of health care services. According to Pattersonâˆ (2010) the educated people can provide a good health care facility to the patient. To know about the perfect way to treatment to the way to live healthy the individuals should be very much careful and this care for health comes from the proper education service.
Education is the only way to get all the questions of life. In real life the individuals should take each matter under consideration logically. Individuals can reach to the logic after the proper education about this matter (Buckingham, 2011). Each incident of life can have right or wrong consequences and the proper education can help the individual to determine is the consequence right or wrong. The education about different legal matter can provide a proper education about the legal case. The person should be always getting relevant legal education to get out from any legal problem. The proper education can direct the person to get out from the problem basically (Beare & Slaughter, 2013). The educational degree of any person is the indicator of the educational degree of the individual.
We live in a society where we have to communicate with others to live the life properly, to inform others about different issues and different matters about our life and for this the communication bridge among the individuals should be built (McCroskey, 2014). This communication bridge is built with the help of the proper education. Each of us uses one language which is equally known to each other to build the communication bridge between two persons and so in the different tribes of the society is different languages are used to communicate with each other. But the problem arises when different tribes try to communicate with each other (Hill, 2009). Then a universal language is required which should be known to all and this language builds the master bridge which is used by all the individuals of the society. Again if we take a comparative analysis between the less developed countries and the developed countries then it is clear that the national income as well as the per capita income is higher in the developed countries and the literacy rates of the developed countries is also very much higher (Pattersonâˆ, 2010). The reason behind this is the developed countries are able to access all the requirements for the different steps to complete the education but the countries which have the inability to access all the resources required to provide the education properly. According to Pattersonâˆ (2010) the basic needs of the developed countries are the food, clothing, shelter and education, whereas the basic requirements of the under developed nations are stuck within the food, clothing and shelter. So the most important factor for the growth of the economies, the education, is a pretty much problem globally.
There are some narrow good consequences of the education service in life. It is often happened to us that the lack of proper education makes us so uncomfortable of being socialized. Education helps individuals to being socialized and also saves us not to being cheated or fooled by others (McCroskey, 2014). In the society we can enjoy some freedom to do something and some rights to lead a life. But to know the proper freedom of an individual in a society we have to know about the freedoms which we can enjoy and we also have to know the rights which we can enjoy. Proper education about the freedoms and rights can only provide us the proper information regarding this matter. Another point can be discussed in this following. It is the fulfillment of the dream accordingly. Each individual, each nation, each country has their own dream (Beare & Slaughter, 2013). Some individuals want to be successful in life, some wants to be rich from the poor condition of the life and in case of the nation the nations always dream to have a very good and successful growth path in future. The education is the only way which can be the only possible medium to achieve all the dreams of life in a correct as well as perfect manner of thinking. Each individual wants to be successful in a manner that he or she wants to be self dependent. A self dependent person can also help others as well as himself or herself financially, physically and psychologically. This self dependency and the thought of the self dependency come in front of the consideration because of the successful implementation of the education (Kilic, 2013).
Education gives us the possibility of the justification and the fair place distribution of all the requirements of our life and this distribution must be equal distribution in all the prospect of the life. In the social life there are many disparities in classed and in the gender. An overall development is possible when all the disparities of the society will be washed out. This can be done only but the implementation of the education in the social system properly. Education has the power to open all the possibilities equally of the poor as well as for the rich and a proper distribution of education can provide equal opportunities of job to the rich or poor of the society in respective of a male or a female. Equal opportunity of job can provide the earning opportunities to all the people of the society and this will generate a much more income of the economy and as a result the economic growth of the sector will be possible in this respect. The woman empowerment is possible if the education service is distributed in the society properly in all dimensions. A proper educated society can only realize the need of education for the female section of the society and for the development of the society.
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