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Do you prefer a very flexible or a very rigid educational system in a country?

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I always prefer a very flexible educational system in a country than a very rigid one.

This is because I like to have as many different options and choices being available to me to choose from.

The more options and the more choices that are available to students to choose from, means that students will be happier, more satisfied, and more fulfilled in their very own educational/ academic pursuits, aspirations, and goals.

Having a very rigid education system means that I have at most a very limited number of options and choices to choose from.

Flexible education systems are often seen to be more open-minded, more modern and more receptive to the needs of students in a country.

Rigid education systems are frequently seen to be more narrow-minded, more conservative/ traditional, and less receptive to the needs of students in a country.


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asked Jan 7 in Education by Ronnio (239,990 points)

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Definitely flexible. Based on the system we have now children don't have time to learn new concepts and skills. The system is set up to teach a skill/concept for 3-4 days then move on to the next topic regardless of if that child understands it or not. I am a special education teacher and we definitely need to take a look at how other countries educational systems are set up to help improve ours . 

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