AN EFFECT ON HOLISTIC LEARNING DUE TO EDUCATION STRATIFICATION AT PRIMARY AND SECONDARYEDUCATION: A REVIEW
Keywords:Education stratification, Effects on education, necessity of education.
India is a country that excels in both cohesion and variety. There are a number of states in India, each of which is home to a distinct population, culture, language, and set of religious practises. Before or after independence, a great number of Indians were unaware of the need of education. They were either forced into job or company that was based on their caste, or they continued to work for a wage each day. They were obliged to work in the occupation associated with their caste. In this way, people living in rural areas and metropolitan areas are uninformed, and their knowledge of the necessity of education varies greatly from one another. Caste, poverty, caste-based professions, or the absence of teachers at schools are only some of the social factors that can have an impact on a person's educational opportunities, which is what the concept of "education stratification" refers to.
In order to perform this thorough assessment, substantial research was carried out by examining several sources of primary material and reading a variety of different papers. According to the findings of the study, the concept of educational stratification is merely a fancy word, and there should be equal access to education for all students. Because of educational stratification, I discovered a variety of elements that have an effect on schooling.