K TO 12 BA­SIC ED­U­CA­TION PRO­GRAM: IS IT WORTH IT OR BUR­DEN?

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MARIE P. DE LEON

Is the K to 12 cur­ricu­lums “worth it”? In my point of view it is worth it. Why? Be­cause it helps all the stu­dents to learn more about en­trepreneur­ship and liveli­hood busi­ness and our coun­try will be­come glob­ally com­pet­i­tive. The K to 12 cur­ricu­lums will be suf­fi­cient to pre­pare stu­dents for work and the bet­ter­ment of our ed­u­ca­tion sys­tem and our econ­omy. And the good thing in this cur­ricu­lum is when you are grad­u­ated in this cur­ricu­lum you can im­me­di­ately work with­out con­tin­u­ing col­lege but you can’t have a de­gree but if you de­cide to con­tinue col­lege it is bet­ter be­cause you can have su­pe­rior work and have a de­gree. While on the other hand, it is “Bur­den”.

Well they say that this K to 12 cur­ricu­lums is an ad­di­tional bur­den to the par­ents par­tic­u­lar when they are hav­ing de­fi­cient in money send­ing their chil­dren in schools. Of course all of the par­ents de­sire to send their chil­dren to have high-qual­ity ed­u­ca­tion but in var­i­ous cases be­cause of poverty their op­tion is to not ed­u­cate them. In con­clu­sion, the K to 12 cur­ricu­lums is worth it nei­ther it a bur­den. With­out doubt, ed­u­ca­tion can af­fect one’s fu­ture. It is un­de­ni­ably that through ed­u­ca­tion, we can pur­sue our dream and am­bi­tion in life. The choice is in our hands.

We must equip our­selves with plenty knowl­edge in or­der to be suc­cess­ful in life. It is de­pend­ing on us what will be our fu­ture; ed­u­ca­tion is just a tool to reach our am­bi­tion in life. The work is still in our hands. And ed­u­ca­tion is the best gift you could ever re­ceive, be­cause once you have it, no one can ever take it.

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