not a holiday, but a school
Education has always been an important facet of every life, but never before in the
history of the human race has education taken such a significant role as it has today
The ever-increasing population of students on all levels has warranted this
unprecede- nted attention. In newspapers, magazines and even in television debates,various
problems of education have been aired fully and emphatically.
Questions such as the shortage of class rooms and teaching staffs, student
counseling, curriculum, in- adequacies of teachers qualifications and compensations,
and federal aid to education have all become familiar topics of conversation.