The Arguments Why Education Should Be Free For Everyone
Education is our light guide on the path to success. Education is the process of understanding, beliefs and values as well as practices that help us become a human being. Education encompasses all that we learn, whether it is forced upon us or not. As we see it, education is about allowing truth and possibility to emerge, encouraging and facilitating discovery. John Dewey (1816) describes it as a social process. “A process of living is not a preparation for the future.” This view encourages educators to work with people, not against them. This argumentative essay suggests that education should not be cost-free for everyone. It is believed that education can increase the quality of life for young people and help them to develop their social skills. It seems unfair to me that those with less income will miss out on more opportunities. Opportunities should always be available for all. Although it is true that not everyone will be offered an opportunity, that doesn’t mean they won’t. The possibility that someone can become qualified to work for air traffic control is something that should not be denied. There are many possibilities for people to receive free education, even free higher education. Education teaches us morality, which helps us to know the right and wrong. This can help to reduce social problems by allowing us to think rationally on what is right/wrong. The goal of free education is to serve economic goals. Long education can be enjoyed by students who are serious about their education and don’t just want to get rich off the tax money of others. To study law, for instance, students will need five to seven additional years. This is expensive. These individuals may be eligible to accept intermittent work, extend their qualifying period, or take longer to earn the qualifications. An alternative to spending years in poverty and building debt, this student could spend more time on education and work. A free education will also reduce unemployment and make it easier for people to receive government assistance. All people should have access to education, regardless of race. It can help to reduce poverty rates by equipping people with the necessary skills and knowledge to be able to work in a specific job. McFarlin, for example, has proven that certain skills can make someone more qualified to work in a particular job. A person who is able to communicate well and makes good decisions has a better chance of being selected for a job. People who are educated live longer than those who are not. Education is important for improving our lifestyles as it helps us be more aware of what and how we can improve. The knowledge and skills that we gain during our education years will make us happier. People who are happier are healthier. On average, those with higher education live longer than those without. Education can lead to better mental and physical health. People who have learned lead more fulfilling lives, which in turn gives them the inspiration to live a fulfilled life and achieve their goals. Education is an important aspect of developing a country. People with high education are the most successful people in countries. Similar to Tun Doctor Mahathir Ben Mohammad, the current Prime Minister, it is important that we learn from East. Our Ministry of Education should, in this instance, focus more on Finland. Finland is like a country with the best education system. So we hope that the government will examine the possibility of providing all citizens with education free of charge, regardless of skin color. This would allow our country to become strong like Russia and China. We won’t have to rely on foreign workers in an economic crisis or emergency.