Impact of education level on living standards of people in Uganda
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This research is to interpret impact of education level on people’s standards of living. Education greatly affects people’s affective domain (values, attitudes and behaviors). People that have attained a high education level usually tend to differ with the lowly educated in living. This study is greatly undertaken to tackle how education brings about the difference and classes of people. Education brings about awareness and increases opportunities for growth and development. On the individual level, education brings about economic opportunities and improves individual standard of living. On the aggregate level, education improves labour skills leading to increase in productivity and overall standard of living. The objective of this study is to review what is known about the role of education in promoting well-being of people (SOL). We are interested in assessing what research says about these issues. More than that, we pay particular attention to the credibility of this research in establishing a causal relationship between education levels and standards of living of people and between policy initiatives and educational outcomes. The discussion also has one distinctive element. We have come to conclude that educational quality – particularly in assessing levels of personal incomes and economic growth is the key issue.