In the cases where education is democratized - then the education is simply a supply and demand and the levels are also creating the demand because they are limiting ability to become useful - there is not much priority is fully recognizing experience possibly it would reduce the business side of school. Now schools are is only a demand which is superficial and does guarantee that for example a medical degree from one school is superior to the cheaper education - The costs involved reflect different factors such as cost of living, and cost of the campus and so on and so forth, but in the end, whether a qualification costs $50 or $1000 it is of the same academic value and most probably contains the identical with identical quality of accreditation in regards to the authority. I use to like Australia as a place to live, but now I see it's not really a place to call home it is a place to make money, a place which recognize experience, and it's a very fair place. Its all part of the demand created that makes these schools attain students who are willing to get into debt maybe not for the education purposes.
There is competition to attain such things. In work which pertains to all things not merely industry - One must work harder or it will be over. I do feel that things have progressed so any error in judgement it will delay my progress. Well it has become more clear that there is definitely a senility and loss of memory, and there is definitely a regaining of knowledge - It is just little things which bring back recollection. Things remain relatively similar as in the procedures and what not. I still believe things can work out in the end as with all things they eventually become good and so good might come through despite the continuity issues. With an achievement it is significantly slower, and what appears to be the right way of doing things is not the right way, but it leads to better ways. Now what is appropriate is that one improve skills, and for me personally literacy from the start has always been the most important direction- With a lot of things in the life it can bring satisfaction and a lot of things look great at first glance but it takes time to achieve the totality ideal. Of course I like to say I am freelancer - I work for NGO's, and the social network of schools, and some off subject on the Upwork at some period of time, but where is the documentation, And when there is no money to claim something is substantial then like all things it falls into obscurity, not even tax agencies car for ten or twenty, I want to say I am a manager in the case where one company had poor supervision, I want to say I am taking apart ATMS and Televisions, but where is the reference and is 3 weeks substantial and why have I quit, Now life is offshoot of many things that do not get written. Completion is rather boring because to think that everything one is learning is necessary to the goal is a bit short sighted - it is possible to complete things indeed one can sit down and write forty essays prose and it is completely plausible that this will earn some degree qualification provided a lot of money and the time constraints are removed when it comes to submission. Absolutism is the most boring thing because there is no reason that to talk in a certain way or have theories backing the actions, and having to do this eight separate times as is the case in some specialties leads me to very restricted choices - this gives light to the dogmatism in the world. Everything must be taken one day at a time, and like the wine first, things seem great, but it is always too soon, and eventually adjustments must be made. One might attain citizenship, one might attain criteria for university, but all is too soon to attach significance, so for a brief all seems well and this is with all things love and joy, but they do not last long, but something will take its place. Things should be appropriate without distraction to success - Not even culture is sufficient because the basis of everything cannot be attained by means of knowing that article, but by knowing the means to act- And therefore all actions should be appropriate to the modern world that we live in. Some time recently I did the TESOL studies, it is a qualification that lacks accreditation, but the schools who imitate that qualification into their framework or the employers who want that sort of thing don't believe that. So what this means is if there is not a demand, then all things become insignificant, so the reasons you do something is what matters. What have I benefited from in the last couple of months? One such thing is the ability to write in languages using the English as a pretext, and just a limited subset of words as opposed to increasing vocab- In some languages, there are very few words but still, it's a language- Thus when it comes to academics the quiz demand is sort of difficult with poor fluency but not a problem. Life is like a good a car it can be based many factors because the situation is that industry experience, informal knowledge and skills are all converted into a qualification, whether by repeating things or by actually gaining verification, so by that standard I cannot be completely figured out what exactly education is but there are perks of having just a qualification it does not make sense to put irrelevant things together. Well moving along, in the last couple of months? One such thing I have learnt is the ability to write in languages using the English as a pretext, and just a limited subset of words as opposed to increasing vocab- In some languages, there are very few words but still, it's a language- Thus when it comes to academics the quiz demand is sort of difficult with poor fluency but not a problem. This present knowledge is all that matters with each year, improving despite what is visible, one you learn something you repeat such things and it is a skill which nobody else can imitate quite the same.