Writing your dissertation on the subject of Education gives you plenty of opportunities to try something new, interesting and unique. It also gives you the chance to get your ideas out there, ideas that could potentially change the way we think about Education as a whole, which might have exciting knock-on effects later down the line. Below are 20 great sample topics for you to browse and, hopefully, use to change this subject area for the better forever. The first 10 are given in a bit more detail and the second 10 need no explanation.
Is going to preschool always a good thing, or is it sometimes better to keep your child home, being a child?
Different countries take children in at different ages. Is 18-24 months a better starting age than, for instance, four years?
So many primary schools in Britain do not teach languages; in other countries, English is taught from a very early age. Should Britain follow this example?
Most children can write an essay arguing persuasively about something from the start of secondary school, but many do not know how to do their taxes even after college.
You can also write about A levels getting easier or harder.
There is a lot of testings - is it all necessary?
Is testing a good way of getting children to learn?
There are all girls’ and all boys’ schools. Do children who attend this fare better overall?
Education is a right. Or is it?
It can seem as though the rich get a boost while the poor are left to suffer.
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