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I. Definition Of Standardization And How It Is Useful Or Otherwise • Pros of Standardization • Effects on students II. Cons of Standardization • How standardization is taking its toll on students • Can a fish climb up a tree? III. How has standardization changed education? • Concerns • Addressing those concerns IV. Important stats related to standardization • Vital numbers • Wider effects of standardization V. Conclusion • Restating the most important points of the essay and finishing with a strong recommendation
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Research and proper analysis of these challenges suggest that students should be motivated to adopt and enter this field of practice by making necessary changes to the curriculum, making it easier and interesting for them, and broadening career choices for them.
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Standardization and Adaptation
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