The Indian culture has always viewed education and related institutions as temples of learning.
Education is a lifelong process by which people learn new ways of action and thought. It encourages changes in behavior which aim at improving the human conditions. Education plays a vital role in introducing the culture of the society among the students.
Social psychologist R.S. Barth writes, “A school’s culture has far more influence on life and learning in the schoolhouse than the state department of education, the superintendent, the school board, or even the principal can ever have.”
By introducing a secular culture in schools, franchisors can serve for a number of different purposes. They can make students learn about the importance of heritage, people, and community, giving rise to a sense of responsibility and citizenship. Franchisors could feed them with self-worth and pride, contributing to their confidence and development.
Education is a process by which the society through schools, colleges, universities and other institutions deliberately transmits its cultural heritage. Culture is the content of education and has a bearing on the school administration.
Language becomes crucial
Education franchises are providing its members with the tools of communication. Language plays an important role in socializing and education, where students must be familiar with the native languages existing in our country. Thus, almost every school presents an option to select their language including Hindi, Sanskrit, Urdu, and many more. Educators allow a child to opt for their language, understanding their culture’s pillar more deeply.
Stories of traditional communities
Franchisors could take help from the elders in the community, who play an extremely important role in culturing education. They often have stories and skills that the younger generation is unaware of. Franchisors can tape such stories and skills, writing them in vernacular and English language both. They can carefully blend the present curriculum with skills, knowledge, and stories of the traditional community, making students become educated adults, proud of their heritage.