UK Education System

 Every society has a different education model; because the needs of each society vary. The British education system has differences even within itself. While the education systems in Wales and Northern Ireland are somewhat similar, it may differ in Scotland. We can attribute this to the strong local authorities. While a central system determines the general education system in England, local authorities or even churches may have a say in other practices. The purpose of education in England is not to educate large masses, but rather to identify talents from an early age and focus on them. From the Tudor period (1485-1603), when all the powers related to education were in the hands of churches and families, education and powers in England have been managed by constantly sharing among various organizations. Today, education in England has a decentralized administrative structure. Responsibilities in education services are shared between central government, local government authorities, c