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Is the classroom education very important?

Yes, it is most certainly important. 

Classroom education helps in overall development of the student. Education does not mean only books, exams and grades. Interaction is what makes  children understand how to behave in the society and deal with other people as they grow. 

  • a classroom helps the students learn from a trained teacher who is capable of shaping the student's character and personality as well besides teaching
  • the students lean how to behave with other classmates and start to develop a bond with others. The values of sharing and caring are instilled in the young mind. 
  • children grow up together and do not feel lonely or lost. Fights, bullying and teasing maybe part of this growing up process, but with help from adults, children will learn to cope with difficult situations. 
  • education does not mean books only or grades. It also helps a student to learn to live properly in a society and grow up to be a respected person. 
  • classroom education makes sure that the child is groomed in every way including sports, arts, literature.

Children have the right to education. There should be no favoritism and both boys and girls should be educated. Children with special needs should not be shunned and must be trained in schools meant for them so that they can cope with life if they are left on their own. 


It most certainly is!!! Now let's ignore the educational value of learning in a school as opposed to learning at home which would be the obvious alternative and talk about the social skills which children learn from actually going to school and learning in a classroom setting.

I imagine that a good number of most people's friends when they're kids are kids from their school and class so everything you're going to learn about dealing with other people is going to stem from your interactions with your class mates and school mates.

It's fair to say that in theory, homeschooling is better than normal school because of the one on one dedication of homeschooling as opposed to the one to many approach of the classroom setting, but that doesn't necessarily mean that it'll make a child more successful than another in life. Moreover, some kids do better with homeschooling, others do better with normal schooling so on the basis of a child's performance, you can't really say one is better than the other.

The thing is that you can't really home school someone through university and if you plan on sending your kids to a university and you homeschool them, then they might have a problem adapting to a classroom setting unlike someone who's experienced it their whole life.

Class room education is very important if you ask me, the interactions between classmates is essential for human development, in fact, there's almost no other place where a child can learn how to effectively relate with other human beings. If you keep a kid cooped up in a house all day then they'll have no chance to develop their social skills.

What I actually recommend is actually a combination of both homeschooling and classroom education though, being actively involved in your child's education will probably do a lot more good for them than they'll know of.

Classroom education is actually very important and so is home schooling, but if I had to pick one and completely stop the other I'd go with classroom education and send homeschooling to the gallows.

I hope this helps.


Yes, and the question raised by you is very good it is important for every child to get education from classroom because there our friend help us and we can identify the world around us and it is not easy to learn alone. If there are some friends then we can easily learn our topic and take interest on it. 


Both my sons attended public schools in the area where we live in the United States, except for two years when our oldest was in seventh and eighth grade. Those two years, I homeschooled both of them.

I can honestly say that in those two years, they learned a lot more about many subjects in a shorter period of time than they did in any given two year span at public school. We studied at their pace, we covered the topics in detail, and once they were finished with class, there was no homework.

So, my view of classroom education is it's important to a point, but not necessarily conducive to learning at all ages, depending on the school, the teachers, and the curriculum. Some will be better than others, but all will never really be able to give the one on one attention a student is going to need to really help them learn. That means the parents should be involved, but many aren't because they think the school is taking care of it, or they don't feel they have the time or ability to do so.

I believe, by and large, teachers are overworked and underpaid, but there's already millions of taxpayer dollars going to pay for everything. More money doesn't seem to solve the issues. There probably needs to be a wholesale revamping of goals and desired outcomes on all levels of public education, but the likelihood of that ever taking place is not great. Too many people have too much invested in a failing system. There would need to be a greater change in society for a change in the public school system to ever come about.


Yes, classroom education is very important. It's essential for our children to be expose outside and to interact with other kids. 

The children learn a lot about good manners, skills, it can enhance their knowledge and abilities. You will discover further the educational system in each school that is helpful for the future.