And I believe a grading system must be abolished for there to be equal access to education, if a person isn’t proficient in a certain subject, they should not receive a failing grade, they should be given more chances to comprehend the material.
Grades are unnecessary. Of course we need to know how well someone understands certain material, but this should not harm their chances of furthering their education due to GPA records.
Equal access to education to me means that, if you keep going through learning what you care about, no matter how many times, once you finally pass you can move up, and learn that material, and so on.
Some people take longer to learn things, some people need to go over material multiple times to truly grasp the subjects they’re concerned with. This should not be penalized, this should not hinder people’s education.
If a person takes 40 years to be a proficient doctor … at the end of the day they’re still a proficient doctor, they just took longer to get there.
If someone never makes it through all of the material they needed to perform in a field they’re passionate about, at least they got to study and be around it, and can continue to be around it, because it’s something they enjoy.
You do not have to be good at something to want to learn about it. Learning should be encouraged, failure is inevitable in many circumstances, but that doesn’t mean people can’t grow from that, or enjoy every second of what they did learn.
Do not penalize people who want to learn, encourage them, allow them the space they need to fail and allow them the space they need to eventually succeed.