-Anushree Ojha, Subject Matter Expert at Edmarz
Solution: Education is a lifetime process involving both official and informal learning institutions. School is one of the formal institutions of learning that arose from the necessity for education in society.
Sociology defines education as a method of transmitting or communicating a common group history across all communities.
Durkheim believed that “a community cannot live without a common foundation of ideas, attitudes, and behaviours, which education must inculcate in all pupils indiscriminately, regardless of the social category they belong to.”
Education should be provided to youngsters in such a way that it prepares them for a certain career and allows them to internalise society’s essential values.
A school is a social institution that delivers formal education with the goal of fostering overall personality development.
Children grow into fully functional, creative self-actualizing, good human beings as a result of classroom education and curricular and co-curricular activities. Schools help students develop physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually, and socially.
Schools serve as a conduit for the transmission of societal standards to children.