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Learning is something most of us are privileged with, but also something just a few of us are interested with.

The reason? There are lots. It could be due to financial constraints, which keeps a student from learning as he wishes to. It could also be due to developmental constraints, which keeps a student from learning as he should do. No matter what the reason may be though, a student must never feel that learning is something that he can only do if (1) he has the financial means or if (2) he has the developmental capacity.

In fact, a student can learn better if:

There’s teaching affordability.

Back then, there’s a price for learning. But now, there’s a higher price for learning. As much as we’d like to debunk this myth, we can’t deny the fact that most learning institutions – even those who hold strong beliefs about education being the only thing a person can’t really take from another – still fail to realize the importance of education for all.

For a student to learn better, a learning institution must reconsider the said belief. For a student to learn better, a learning institution must also consider the said importance.

There’s teaching accessibility.

There are students who learn things slower than others. However, it doesn’t mean that they are forever this way. There are also students who do things badly than others. However, it doesn’t mean that they are forever this way. On another hand, there are students who learn things differently than others. However, it doesn’t mean that they don’t have the right to learn things normally like others.

For a student to learn better, a learning institution must be patient when teaching the said students. For a student to learn better, a learning institution must be flexible when teaching the said students.

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