If we give all individuals access to basic as well as higher education, we may realize our vision of a modern society free from poverty and inequality
The significance of education to one’s life and well-being cannot be overstated, yet because it is not provided for free, many children around the world are unable to get benefit from it due to their financial circumstances. So, there is a chance that brilliant minds will be unable to pursue further education simply because they cannot afford it. It is impossible to justify an outstanding student’s poor financial situation affecting his academic progress.
Education for impoverished children seems to have an additional benefit of lowering the birth rate of coming generation. Education also prepares them to be more responsible parents in the future, which reduces population growth. The environment in the society made up primarily of educated people is far better than that of society dominated by illiterate people.
There won’t be any child labor if all kids have access to free education. Every student should therefore be entitled to free education because they may turn out to be excellent academic performers. Perhaps wasting skills is another risk.
I believe that when it comes to career opportunities, all individuals should be treated equally. Last but not least, if we give all individuals access to basic as well as higher education, as is in the developed countries, we may realize our vision of a modern society free from poverty and inequality.
Preet Sawari Mandhwani