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A good teacher or good parents

A child spends his/her initial five to six years at home with


his/her parents or caretakers At the age 5 to 6, while still
living with his/her parents, s/he starts to go to school to
receive formal education So who are the most important
to the child's development is an interesting topic
discussed among educators In my opinion, I agree with
the statement that good teachers are more important
than good parents
Good teachers are expert educators They received formal
training in various academic fields and teaching itself
They can provide students with knowledge in various
academic subjects In addition they have experience in
dealing with various types of students Furthermore,
good teachers not only teach children academic knowledge,
but also set a good example to children Many
children regard their teachers as role models Teachers
roles are irreplaceable
Schools provide a suitable environment for children's
growth Schools are equipped with qualified teaching
and supporting staff and adequate study and sports facilities,
all contributing to children's growth Schools also
organize field trips and practicum from time to time in
order to broaden students' views about nature and the
society At school, a child can appreciate the value of
friendship and teamwork by playing with their classmates
With the help of good teachers students can develop
their characters and social skills Therefore schools
with good teachers are the best place for children to receive
education and develop their characters.
While good parents play the crucial role of nourishing
the child helping build the child's
character, and helping develop the
child's hobbies such as music and
sports, they can do little to help with
the child's academic study, which is
the critical part of the child's development,
unless those parents are
themselves good teachers Therefore,
teachers are the most important people
for children's personal growth
and development Every child should go to school to
receive their formal education.