Read on to find more about why education is so important.
"He who opens a school door, closes a prison." ~ Victor Hugo
The first time we are introduced to formal education is in school.
Our World Environment Day celebration was the highlight of June. As we consider the environment to be a matter of vital importance, Nektarina Non Profit were excited to celebrate WED in India with its local partner, Zest Youth Movement. Not simply a celebration, the event aimed to contribute to raising awareness of environmental protection among the population, with a particular focus on youth.
It won't be wrong to say that good education makes us more human.
It Leads to Enlightenment
"Education is the kindling of a flame, not the filling of a vessel." - Socrates
Education paves the path to disillusionment.
Real education is obtained from the lessons taught by life.
It Leads to Career Progression
"An expert is one who knows more and more about less and less." - Nicholas M.
Education is important for the social development and economic growth of a nation.
Schools and other educational institutes define the basic framework of education.
He has said that education is an investment in human capital, and it can have a great impact on a nation's growth and development.
So, Why is Education Important?
It Gives Knowledge
"An investment in knowledge pays the best interest." - Benjamin Franklin
A direct effect of education is knowledge gain.
Kautilya, an Indian philosopher, royal adviser, and professor of economics and political science very rightly underlined the importance of education, some 2000 years ago.
Undoubtedly, the positive effect of the application of technology on education cannot be overemphasised. Regardless of whatever level of technology it is. It has been an aid for the development of educational system around the world.
It is noteworthy to make mention of the fact that most of the negative effects ascribed to technological development ranging from distraction to time miss management, this is as a result of individualistic indiscipline either on a parent over a child or a matured individual who cannot control his lust over use of technology. This is my view. I really appreciate all for their contributions. Kudos @ myessaypoint
This competition was a huge success – teachers were keen to get involved because of the importance of the topics and the children were keen to engage with these subjects in a critical and thoughtful way.
There are a number of people who are of the opinion that technology ‘spoils’ children. For instance as opposed to sitting down and getting to know how to count, they will opt to get a calculator. Despite the fact that there are people who are making these arguments, technology still remains to be a very vital component of the society we live in today. By introducing it into our schools and classrooms, we will ensure that the students are equipped with much better tools and knowledge to make their transition from school to the work place a very easy one. We need to face the truth, technology is the ‘in thing’ in the world today and it has become necessary in each and every aspect of our lives and education has without doubt not been left behind. It is very useful in providing more knowledge to our students and also on making them competitive in the job market.
With the continuing advances in the technological world, students are getting improved access to such educational opportunities. Every time something ‘better’ and ‘new’ is brought into the market, the price of the existing technology is decreased which makes it much more accessible in the educational setting even to those schools that might not have a lot of financial resources available to them.
It helps me to understand that education isn't only learning algebraic expressions and fragment sentences, but that it is also about building your self-esteem and having goals...
Technology is increasingly growing it’s importance in the education sector. The more technology advances, the more benefits it provides for students at every education level.