Education serves as the means to bring about the desired change in society, to develop a generation of virtuous individuals and thus contribute to the development of good human beings. The fundamental purpose of education is to gain knowledge, inculcate the forms of proper conduct and acquire technical competency. Education serves as the means to develop oneself physically, mentally and socially. The importance of education to people manifests itself in terms of the need to cultivate the youths of society into mature individuals. Education is important for the youths, as youth is their growing stage. It is the time to develop the principles of life, make career decisions and begin the pursuit of one’s goals.
Significance Of Education In Our Life:
- Makes Better Citizens
- Ensures A Productive
- Opens New Vistas
- Spreads Awareness
- Helps In Decision-Making
- Bolsters Confidence
In Jan, 2003 initially as a youth service (2006, registered charity Raedan Institute) was born. It is a charity that provides support and information for families whose children are being educated inside and outside school, and for those who wish to uphold the freedom of families to take proper responsibility for the education of their children.
An increasing number of parents and children want an alternative to school. Our reasons are many, and we often differ widely in our views, but as parents we share the desire to take back direct responsibility for the education of our children rather than to delegate it to schools.
Long term Objectives
Our principal aims are:
- Encourage learning outside the school system.
- Reaffirm that parents have primary responsibility for their children’s education and that they have the right to exercise this responsibility by educating them out of school time.
- Establish the primary right of children to have full consideration given to their wishes and feelings about their education.
The practice of “tuition” is steadily spreading and our enrolment is increasing: enrolment is open to anyone – as well as those promoting “tuition,” we have many members who simply want to support us. The larger our pupilship, the better our services and resources will be and the more clearly our voice be heard. So even if you are not thinking of supporting “tuition” immediately, we hope that you will join us. We do not have any source of funding other than members’ subscriptions and donations, and everything we do is dependent upon the work and commitment of volunteer members.