Quality Education Matters
Quality Education Matters1 min 199 1 min 199
India is a country with more than one billion people, and just one-third of them can read. The rapidly growing size of the population, shortage of teachers, books, and basic facilities, and insufficient public funds to cover education costs are some of the nation’s toughest challenges. A study reveals that more than 30 percent of educational funds are allocated towards higher education, leaving the primary education in India in sway. But, for the underprivileged people in India, education is perceived as a high-priced luxury, and this negative outlook continues with every new generation.
Furthermore, the rate of school dropouts among students is extremely high. State governments have also focused on the importance of skill development when the people have begun to look up to India as an investment destination. Skilled workers and the roles they play in economic development is very crucial. Only if quality education is offered, more skills can be learned. To meet the necessary needs of skilled students. There are many ways to improve the school system, the complexity of this task, and the uncertainty about outcomes is rightly reflected in the international debate about how this should best be done.