The 3 Main Problems that High Schools & Universities Face All Over the World

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1. PRACTICALITY & RELEVANCE OF EDUCATION MATERIAL
Most material we learn in school is out-dated or not practical enough in order to help us succeed in the real world. Even though the theoretical aspect of teaching is important and should not be neglected, it should nevertheless not be the ONLY aspect that is being taught. Also, I think we all know that some of the material we covered in high school or universities was simply not necessary to learn for us. A student should be exposed to a broad spectrum of knowledge, nevertheless, the spectrum must also include the necessary information on which our society operates. That’s why students should learn about the laws of the country they live in, how to do taxes or how to stay healthy.

2. QUALITATIVE SELECTION PROCESS
Have you had a teacher you just simply could not stand and that you didn’t learn anything from? Yes, we all had that one (or multiple) teachers. Were you ever forced to read a book you just simply did not understand, or had to study for an exams with a lecture booklet that didn’t make any sense? I guess we all have. High schools and universities do not have a proper qualitative selection process of educational material. Through reviews and ratings, online education lets you evaluate education more quickly and thus helps students become aware of educational material that is simply not helpful.

3. ROI (RETURN ON INVESTMENT) FOR STUDENTS
The ratio between price and return is very important. For instance in the US, students pay tens of thousands of dollars for their education. Nevertheless, online, you would literally only pay a couple hundred dollars (if not less) for the same education. Thus, online education is until now only missing the proper legitimacy in order to be a true alternative for students.

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Teaching Hero​ CEO Leon Chaudhari