Students should be taught academic knowledge so that they can pass exams, and skills such as cooking or dressing should not be taught. To what extent do you agree/disagree?

Educational institutions make students dexterous and versatile in various skills. These
includes
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include
academic
knowledge
, language skills, ethical values and so on.
Also
, schools and other institutions play a paramount role in
personal development
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the personal development
of a student. Nowadays, it is a debatable issue that whether schools should only be responsible for academic
knowledge
or other skills as well. I totally disagree with the statement that students should not be taught skills
such
as cooking or dressing in
school's curriculum
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the school's curriculum
. To embark on the justification of my
notion
a politically organized body of people under a single government
nation
, I believe that providing only bookish
knowledge
will not help them to grow personally. No doubt that they will learn more
fromm
a giver or sender
from
books but
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books, but
what will be the use of
such
knowledge
if they are not able to implicate it practically. Schools should
also
include subjects like cooking, community helpers, music's, dressing and many more so that students can learn about the real world.
Moreover
, gaining
knowledge
of academic theory might make them bookworms
only but
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only, but
being expertise
in
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with
others will help them to gain self esteem, ethics of workplace etc. Skills like cooking and dressing are very important in our daily life, so learning these will make them independent. Academic theory is pivotal for testing a
student but
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student, but
other skills are
also
significant for the overall development of a student. To sum up, I think if academic skills are important to pass an exam and to grow in
career
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a career
,
then
skills like cooking and dressing are requisite for living and representing in
community
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the community
.

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