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About Educational Quality Framework

The idea of educational quality, in this framework, refers to how this training process is carried out. When the results and effects of education are valued positively by the community, the quality of education is high. On the other hand, when this doesn't happen, the educational quality will be classified as low.

There are multiple factors that affect educational quality. In addition to pedagogy, which relates to how to educate, issues such as the type of content, the facilities where it's taught (the classroom or classroom, the school building, etc.) and the validity or usefulness of the degrees awarded are influenced.

In the same way, we must bear in mind that a system is considered to have an undeniable educational quality when it meets these other characteristics:

- Promotes change and modernization in classrooms.
- Get the educational community in general to be involved.
- It adjusts to the needs of the students so that they can reach the tools and resources in order to achieve their academic progress.
- See, in the same way, for the welfare of teachers and care about their motivation.

Good educational quality is achieved when the processes meet the needs of the individual and society in general. This is achieved if resources are sufficient and they are also used properly so that education is equitable and effective. If a teenager completes secondary education and doesn't have the necessary knowledge to successfully pursue a university career or to enter the labor market, he or she will have been the victim of a system with poor educational quality. On the contrary, if the school prepares the student to face the challenges of adult life, the educational quality will be worth highlighting.

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