Ways of Improving State Education (Letter)

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Dear Sir,
I am writing with regard to the state education, suggesting ways to improve it. Our country is far from the ideal system, but we have made a significant progress comparing with some other countries. Certainly, people still need reform in this area. To begin with, I am of the opinion that it would be better if physical training will be only an optional subject. Some students are not good at sports, or they have some illnesses and in such case they must get reference if they don’t want to study physical training. In addition to it, you should make all subjects, except major ones, to be optional. As far as I am concerned, students should have a right to choose what they want to study. Secondly, our standards are not set as high as it is written in the official documents. For example, educational institutions are not funded enough. There are not enough books, materials, equipment, or they are often more than 20 years old. Students are forced to buy a lot of expensive textbooks by themselves and it is wrong. The use of technology can transform and improve almost every aspect of education, so you should take care of budget properly: you can reduce administrative costs by using technology tools, and provide more funds for the classroom. Last, but not least: students, which are studying to be linguists, should get practice abroad. In that way they will be able to become professionals in their field. Tour faithfully, *your name*.
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