What is education? Education is a process of learning new skills, knowledge, and values. Education starts when we are still a baby in our mothers’ womb. Education never ends; it follows us until our very last breathe. Through education, we become a better person.
There are 4 common types of education:
1. Primary Education. Also known as Elementary School. Consisting about 5-7 years of studies, starting from either 5 or 6; varies in countries. In some countries, this level of education is further subdivided into infant school and junior school.
2. Secondary Education. Also known as High School. Consisting of 5-6 years of studies, starting from the age of either 13 or 14.
3. Higher Education. Also known as Tertiary Education. A further level after completing secondary education to obtain certificates, diplomas, and academic degrees. Students continuing studies from various colleges and universities worldwide, though some are done locally. In some institutions, students are given an internship in selected companies for real-time training.
4. Adult Education. Working adults can continue their education even after leaving higher education. Students can apply for Online Education, the most common education choice, as students need not attend classes. Instead, all can be done through the Internet. Classes are conducted virtually.
However, teachers today are not capable enough to teach. Not all but some. For example, teachers who taught mathematics in one language may not teach the subject in another language. This may cause a burden to some teachers.
Not only that, some educational institutions lack teaching materials and equipment, including a proper library. Therefore, some students have difficulties visualizing the situation or object. And teachers may face the same problem too. So how can students put in more interest in study? The Ministry of Education, teachers, and students should make an effort to develop ideas to improve the current education system. Agree?