If a teacher cannot teach all subjects to a student then how a student can learn all subjects
this question is completely based on school education only
students learn from more than 1 teacher. each teacher specializes in what they teach. when I was in school I would have as many as 8 teachers. my daughter has 7. I think having the expectation that a teacher should be qualified to teach every subject is a little high.
In the United States teachers are specialists in subject areas. Students travel from teacher to teacher during the school day to be taught by a specialists in a subject area.
It is not possible---particularly at the middle school through high school levels, for one teacher to teach all subjects to students.
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