Does money matter in education?
How are children affected by schools not having funds?
How can we solve this problem?
Just like any other institution or organization, the structural functioning of any workplace relies heavily on capital and education cannot be an exceptional case. The need to pay employees and purchase assets that aid learning is a compulsory requirement for any effective operation of the learning institutions. Without money in education and particularly in schools would mean that the workers who in their daily awakenings ensures the learning environment is clean and safe for learning would not be paid and therefore will not be able to provide their services and this implicates so badly to learning processes. Without money, the schools cannot afford to purchase learning material which are essential prerequisites for research and studies. Thus, to ensure money is available in all education institutions, there is need for equitable distribution and allocation of the resources so as to ascertain that learning is facilitated and made possible.