Secondary school prepares students for life in ways that go beyond the classroom. It teaches students how to do research, listen, cooperate, lead, be creative and inventive, and invest consistent and long-term time, effort, and hard work in activities, classes, and subjects that matter.
Children are cared for by their parents from the moment they are born. While primary schools provide the fundamentals of education, it is only in secondary school that the fundamentals are advanced and the students are put to the test. Secondary education also prepares a student to confront the challenges of adulthood. You can surely survive better if you have a greater understanding of the world. As a result, secondary school is extremely vital in a child's development.
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