The ratio of teachers to students is very unfair and the slow students needing specialized attention in classrooms find themselves with the greatest struggles (Vlachou, 87).
We were around 60 children in one class with only one teacher who did not even know the names of all of us. In the private school were only twenty five and hence the teacher-student ratio was equal enabling the teachers to pay much closer attention to our education. This therefore means that increasing the number of teachers will bridge the existing gap hence enabling teachers to pay more attention to students (Nozaki, Luke & Openshaw 116). In terms of access to research and other educational material, institutions of education should seek institutional subscription which will then grant access to the materials to their students. As for the ratio of teachers to students, the state and federal government should put an effort to hire more teachers as the resources are available within each state.
I struggled in my earlier educational years and these are the same struggles that most children in the public school system are undergoing to get quality education. If only I had gotten into a class with smaller number of students from the onset of my education, I would have performed much better and I would be in a better place or even in a better career than I am currently in. I would not have struggled so much with my education as a grown up as I have had to do.
When I get quality education, I am bound to have more opportunities in life to choose from as I will be learned with various skills and increased knowledge within me. The higher the educational level I attain, the more skills I acquire and hence the more the job opportunities. Since I will have knowledge from getting quality education, I can even become self-employed as the skills to start my own business.
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