Everything About How Education Reform Works

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Everything About How Education Reform Works

As Plato believed back in the classical times, that the power of learning depends on a child, the discovery still holds so much weight even in today’s education and life. Education is not only about passing tests in the standardized national tests; learning is about obtaining knowledge and being able to use it and pass it over to others in our day-to-day lives. Educational achievement without knowledge is more like offering an empty glass to a thirsty person. Academic grades and zero knowledge would result in career failure in the long run. Academic reforms mainly aim at creating ways of making learning an input-output focused system.
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The history of education reforms can be traced to the 15th century when education was made compulsory for every child. Although Plato had tried to propose compulsory education back in his time, it was only accepted in bits since the 15th century. Although his rationale was not accepted during his time, it was when structured education was systemized to allow ‘reforms.’ The spread of democracy and economic growth in the modern world further pushed education reforms to what it is today. Religions, most especially the Roman Catholic Church, have played a great role in transforming education to focusing on teaching subjects that are of economic importance in the modern world. Education reformers have been able to research on what would need to be taught in schools and the contributions it would make to the economic growth.
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