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How Does Society Impact Our Education?
Society and Education are tethered with each other firmly and can’t be abstracted. We learn moral values..
by Sukanya Prabhakar / 17 Apr 2020 10:51 AM IST / 0 Comment(s) / 21279
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Society and Education are tethered with each other firmly and can’t be abstracted. We learn moral values and cultural standards from society. Society has built a strong foundation for each and every one of us and helps to create an identity of being who we are. We learn from our surroundings and experiences which let us grow for the better. Overall Society has the best facilitator for us to get educated.
Education got evolved from society. In earlier days, we had the tribals teaching kids how to hunt, fetch food, be within their specific boundaries and read plants and species. All these are connected by language and also by communication. But all are just from society. Society and education are tightly connected with each other and hence cannot be separated from each other. Society in itself is a foundation from which we learn our standards and values where education acts as a catalyst in connecting our thoughts with the world.
Society builds a strong foundation for each and every one of us and helps us to create an identity of being who we are. We learn from our surroundings and our experiences which in turn let us grow and evolve to be a better personalities. Our society becomes the major facilitator of education.
From time to time, society influences our instructive framework. We often disregard the way social standards, traditions, and customs do influence instruction. Society is firmly bound by training thus can't be isolated from each other.
Social connections enable us to peruse individuals. Our traditions and features shape our childhood, eventually forming our identities. We gain from our environment and can learn how to develop and enhance ourselves.