In an argument by Rosen (2014) the effects of the modern day intervention systems are significant. The author terms the modern generation as a failure (Rosen, 2014). This assumption is created considering that incidences across the globe depict ignorance and unprofessionalism. One major incidence was the Iraq war. The war was criticized across the globe as other states felt the war breached human rights clauses. However, perpetrators continued pursuit of rebels in the country.It depicted how much people are exposed to an unethical education system. There should be a great similarity between what a people feels right and what is actually right (Rosen, 2014). Additionally, one should be able to identify the appropriateness of what s require from them. This depicts the difference between education systems different people are exposed to.
Rosen (2014) is of the assumption that education intervention systems have failed the modern generation. The modern education system rarely focuses on the provision of child centered education. This influences the level at which a child perceive the society with ignorance. It takes more than a good educational system to equip a child a success tool. To further evidence the lack of professionalism in the education system, the Great Banking Chris in the year 2000 proved the lack of appropriates in the quality of human resources provided by the modern educational system.
Across the United Kingdom, numerous schools have failed to put in place resources that would enable the free provision of free meals. Institutions cited the lack of enough financial resources to set up a free meals system. However, the government has given schools until September to put in place meal provision systems that will cater to the provision of free meals. This mandate to schools will be aided by the state as it will fund the ...Show more