See my changes above.I mean that money should be available for
theeducation. al process.
Don't put a space before a comma.If a teacher does not pay him enough, how can
hethey even teach histheir own children?
Choose between "some" and "many". Don't use both. Almost every country in the world gives people the choice of using a private education system. I don't think there are many countries where there is no public (free) education at all. You're being very vague. Give us an actual example.There are some or many countries in the world that need you to pay to educate your children.
Or it could have something to do with supply and demand.A salary INDICATES the importance of the job
I'm not sure what that means.must show us that our job is vital.
I don't know. What would be enough?Why don't we pay them enough?
Nothing is as you wish it. I don't know what this means.
I think that you live in a
verycountry with a lot of free education. al country.
However, there are many countries in Africa, and some Asian and Arab countries, where
that suffer fromthis is not the case. and some Asian and Arab countries.
In some countries
there is ait's free registrationto entollenroll in school, but on contra rythere are theother countries where you have to pay a sumfor that. and this is a fact. I'm sure about that.
In some Arab countries, but not all of them, if you want to study in a university,
studying isit's expensive.
Education is not free all over the world.
Also, in some Arab and African countries,
the salary of ateachers' salaries isare low and the expenses of their own familycost of living is high.
I think the right course is to find a solution to the problem and make education free for all.
Please note my corrections to two of your recent posts.A salary should reflect the importance of the job and
mustshow us that ourthe job is vital.
Why don't we pay them enough?