Is education equal even in the best settings?
Category: Social Science
Abstract – In a period of fast economic and social change, education is even more important for human welfare. Putting learning first will best prepare kids and young people for the future. The foundation for achieving many of the other Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) is education. People can escape the impoverishment cycle when they have access to high-quality education (Javzandulam, 19). Why is kindergarten important in education? Children are given the opportunity to succeed in all areas of development in kindergarten, laying a solid foundation for their future academic endeavors. Kindergarten offers opportunities for learning via play and social engagement (Georgina, 20). I was inspired to think more deeply about quality education and how important it is to ensure that future generations have (equal) access to it, as well as its overall economic importance. I chose Mongolia for this research paper because there are a variety of problems such as poor quality of curriculum, materials and teacher training, inconsistent standards, and low-quality learning environments, and conditions and particularly educational attainment and its equality are very important in this country since this country is still a developing country. The realization led me to research this country’s many unique tendencies that relate to the quality of education. Given a free education system offered for everyone before university, (Meyers 39) it should be a country where there is equality in education. But kindergarten enrollment is still high, higher than the world average, but not quite equal. Being unequal, particularly in status, privileges, and opportunities. The country is located in the middle of Asia close to Russia. The population of Mongolia is 3.2 million in total. It has a relatively young population, the number of children 2-6 is 18.7 % of the population.