Education in the Proletariat Union
What institutions survived the war intact were crammed to overcapacity, there was also a dire shortage of teachers. This systematic deficiency bred highly hostile competition. There were unfortunately many million denied access to critical education, thus illiteracy was widespread among the worker population. We responded with the execution of proper education programs to improve literacy rapidly, no doubt allowing hidden talent to emerge. One of the various solutions to address lack of accessibility was the implementation of the [Trailer Schools Program], mobile classrooms transportable by semi-trucks, letting the most isolated frontier communes have access to streamlined curriculums and a standardized education system. Through trailer schools we were able to give hundreds of thousands of Orienisian children elementary math, reading, writing and general science classes. Similar programs were instated during the [25-Year Plan for Rebuilding the East].
Tuition is free, so all children upon their fifth birthday begin their learning at [Community College], where the teachers have an essentialist intention of providing young revolutionaries with the set of attributes that are necessary to form their identity. These institutions introduce our young ones to maths, general science and social studies, learn how to speak in multilinguistic languages, express their creativity through the fine arts and develop their bodies through sports. There is no religion but All-Unionism, so All-Unionist indoctrination is mandatory for the development of upstanding citizens.
Once the children reach intermediate level learning, the paradigm shifts from essentialism and learning through rote memorization to valuing experience than formal learning. We can benefit from experiential learning as it concentrates on the development of an individual's talents. Therefore from the age of eight, students begin to identify and grow important skills. Students learn to cooperate with teams, think critically before doing things, and use creative means to resolve problems. Kids also need to learn to contribute independently. As kids age into adolescents, Sex Education is introduced to them and they are taught safe and appropriate courtship and contraceptive use. Psychological counselling also becomes an option to help students manage the psychological changes that come with puberty.
Once a teenager nears the end of Community College enrollment, they are given the choice to finish with standard education or pursue higher-level mathematics such as calculus, comprehensive scientific theories and abstract computer courses necessary for STEM and big data subjects in [Tertiary Universities]. As you graduate from the education system and enter the workforce, learning doesn't simply stop at your first job. [Polytechnical Institutions] have the purpose of up-skilling and reskilling adults, opening new doors for workers who feel that they are disadvantaged or are seeking to add more skills under their toolbelt.