The problem with school is that kids are taught to live in a world of "right" or "wrong." That isn't...
The problem with school is that kids are taught to live in a world of "right" or "wrong." That isn't realistic, and it isn't intelligent. In real life, there is often more than one answer or solution to a question or problem. In school, there is only an answer. – Robert T. Kiyosaki
As the education system grows further alongside our society, its essentiality is often misunderstood, and we conceive it as the relevance for individual successes. This kind of dilemma is living in our society a long time ago, and it hardly affects the students' academic life ever since. We live in a society which is the wrong and right are anchored to the majority says, a standard of what is morally acceptable to the public per se. The academics, institutions, and schools are no exception to this, and it roughly affects the mind and learning capabilities
For some children, school is a great experience. Still, from the other side of reality, many or maybe the majority of them find that school isn't a great experience at all. After that, the society and most notably the parents haven't seen this actuality and continue living with the mentality good grades are the implication of useful life. As a result of this, they are pushing their child to seek their own limits to attain what they want to achieve and not what their child wants. The aftermath of this is resulting in a student with no confidence, seeing themselves as inferior, lack of guidance for their natural talents, and even depression that leads to many unwanted circumstances.
Every student has a genius. The unfortunate thing about it is the education system doesn't seem to recognize one's unique capabilities. They're focusing on what students should remember before the exam and not what the students should learn to improve their potential. Foolish, it seems, but that's how the reality works in the school. Albert Einstein once said that "Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid." It is simply implied that everybody possesses different characteristics, different capabilities, diverse talent, and different potential. One of the intellectual thinkers in the history of mankind impost that everybody is different, and the most critical question is left unsaid. "What is your genius?"
Let me tell you a short but great story, a story changes my whole perception about learning. Once upon a time, inside the society, there was a great teacher who can't understand the fundamentals of business. Also, there was a businessman who can't understand how the building stands. If you look further around, you will see an engineer don't know what the proper tense of a verb. There was an athlete who can't draw and an artist who can't swim. There was a writer who can't sing and a singer that can't write a poem. I read this story multiple times but it has no ending and it will never have one until we figure out what is wrong inside our minds. I never said that studying is not essential. But focus on how to learn not how memorized, focus on developing what genius you have, and not be stack up whether A, B, C, or D is the right answer. Maybe someday you'll realize it is none of the above.
Final thoughts, this information should be spread and notice by all of the parents, students, and teachers around the world. To make a mutual understanding after all the excellent relationships are the best kind of communication. Let's start focusing on building an institution that helps the youths to seek their most profound potential and develop it within the inside. A grade is just a number that doesn't count, and enrichment of one's geniuses makes uncountable greatness.
@TheRandomRewarder thanks for tips.