In the school-environment students are judged by gradesperformance and advancement, where kids are taught that if you do not pass exams you will end up a loser in life and if you pass exams, you guaranteed to live a successful, well, I doubt this myself. It’s all lies students are feed in school that passing grades guarantees you a successful life after school, well; you can just see around you how a lot of people are highly educated with chains of diplomas and degrees but living miserable and struggling financially and dying poor each day that comes. I love what the author of the book Rich Dad Poor Dad Mr. Robert Kiyosaki said, “Schools manufacture people who think that they’re smart but they’re not. Schools also manufacture people who think that they’re dumb but they’re not. Don’t let school define who you are”.

This is the biggest problem school has till date on the minds of students. In truth there no losers in life, it’s just that kids learn differently and understand things differently, but school only focuses on training kids one way to learn by judging together a fish and monkey to climb a tree, when that’s total insanity and evil to judge a fish that it must climb a tree as monkey does, well said by Mr. Albert Einstein that “Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid”, and most kids who fail exams feel that their stupid, dumb and cannot make it in life after school, and indeed it’s what they believe in, and that becomes their life reality, living that losers life taught in school. A fish cannot climb a tree, and that’s how kids in school learn and understand differently too.

School needs constructive improvement when it comes to the way it trains kids in school, and kids must always remember that passing good grades in school is not a guarantee to a successful life, there are millions of ways to live a good life in this world, and moreover, with or without school, anyone can become and live that successful life. Never let school grades determine your life; you must determine your own life.