Low Quality of Education
Just as good as education is a gift that keeps on giving, lack or low quality of education is a deficiency that continuously spews its own poison of undesirable consequences. Education is important because it equips us with all that is needed to make our dreams come true. Education opens doors of brilliant career opportunities. It fetches better prospects in career and growth. Every employer of today requires his prospective employees to be well educated. He requires expertise. So, education becomes an eligibility criterion for employment into any sector of the industry. We are rewarded for exercising the expertise required for the field we venture. We are weighed in the market on the basis of our educational skills and how well we can apply them. Low quality of education is just one of the insurmountable problems we are facing right now. Probably, having this kind of education in our country may result to inability of the students to achieve optimum competencies i.e. cognitive and affective skills they needed and inability of the future graduates to find suitable jobs, increase of unemployment rate, increase of poverty, and worst, the increase of death. Illiteracy is probably the cause of lack or low quality of education. Basically, illiterate people often considered to be one of the major problems of Philippine society. This phenomenon is really a deficiency that continues to spread its poison of undesirable consequences.
Whereas: Students who weren’t able to maximize their skills and competencies would be pitiful enough in trying to compete globally or even locally. Also, many of our graduates today don’t actually work on their desired field of study. But they were forced to work in different field just to earn money and survive everyday living. While in some people, the tendency is that they don’t work because they only knew a little about the vacant jobs-wherein they can actually work. There it goes, unemployment rate increase...
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