In this day and age, we’re lucky that most of us have access to education. In 2020, 90 per cent of the world’s population had completed primary education, and 66 per cent had completed secondary education.
Education is an essential building block of our society because it provides knowledge, skills and an environment to help people grow — and in turn, they will help society grow.
But out of the billions of people who have completed primary education, how many get to experience quality education? And what does that even mean?
In this article, we’ll explore the definition of quality education, its importance, the dimensions of quality education, and how educators and institutions can get there.