Education for young people is important in many countries. However, the others think government should spend more money for education in adult population who cannot read and write. To what extent do you agree or disagree?


As young people are considered to be the main workforce of countries. Thus, education for this group is of importance in many countries. Nevertheless, I think that the education budget should be allocated more on education for illiterate adults.


To begin with, there is a close correlation between adult’s academic quality and child education. Children of low-illiterate parents often have poor academic achievement and display behavioural problems because their parents tend to have low academic expectations, and some of those even encourage their child to drop out and place for work, leading to the high rate of illiterate children. Furthermore, adults with a low level of education could result in a decrease in child health. Granted, as they cannot understand medical instructors and lack of health care knowledge, they would be unable to take care of children. For example, research indicates that the infant mortality for children of illiterate mothers was around 110 deaths per thousand live births in Nacarague.



From an economic perspective, low-literate adults are likely to lack employability and job prospects. Since these people are unable to perform basic tasks such as reading and writing which are the fundamental skills to meet the job’s requirements. Hence, they only take low-income or precarious jobs, resulting in the soaring poverty rate in countries. Additionally, because illiterate adults often lack the financial ability and critical thinking, they are vulnerable to illegal activities and easily commit crimes. Therefore, adult education is a necessary investment that can not only improve the quality of the workforce but also alleviate poverty and prevent crimes.


In conclusion, although education for young people is essential for countries, adult education should also be valued for its impact on children, society and economy.

As young people are considered to be the main workforce of countries. (Fragment, not a sentence) Thus, education for this group is of importance in many countries. Nevertheless, I think that the education budget should be allocated more on education for illiterate adults.


To begin with, there is a close correlation between adult’s academic quality (wrong expression. - the last grade an adult completed in school ..) and their children's education. Children of low-illiterate parents often have poor academic achievement and display behavioural problems because their parents tend to have low academic expectations, and some of those even encourage their child to drop out and place (wrong word) for work, leading to a the high rate of illiteracy in children. Furthermore, adults with a low level of education could result in a decrease in their children's health. Granted, as they cannot understand medical instructors and they lack of health care knowledge, they would be unable to take care of their children. For example, research indicates that the infant mortality for children of illiterate mothers was around 110 deaths per thousand live births in Nacarague. (??)



From an economic perspective, low-literate functionally illiterate adults are likely to lack employability and job prospects. Since these people are unable to perform basic tasks such as reading and writing which are the fundamental skills to meet the job’s requirements. (Fragment, not a sentence.) Hence, they only take low-income or precarious jobs, resulting in the soaring poverty rate in countries. Additionally, because illiterate adults often lack the financial ability to manage their money and critical thinking skills, they are vulnerable to illegal activities and easily commit crimes. Therefore, adult education is a necessary investment that can not only improve the quality of the workforce but also alleviate poverty and prevent crimes.


In conclusion, although education for young people is essential for countries, adult education should also be valued for its impact on children, society and the economy.

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