Hey Amadeus, you are one of the lucky few to have gotten a go signal from the admin of this forum for me to come back and give you some additional advice. It's a one time deal so let me get to it now.
Your discussion is sound and shows that you applied a lot of thought to your discussion development process. In fact, the problem with your essay is not the presentation but the grammar used in some instances. In one part, you had a conflicting statement in your single sentence presentation:
School is also one of the many few places where we can get formal education.
- You cannot say that a place has many, yet few places. It is either the place has many places or few places, it can never be both.
You also have a problem discerning when to use "this" and "these". "This" is used to connote a specific person or thing close at hand or being indicated or experienced. While "these" indicates a plural form of "this". Since both "this" and "these" are determiners or pronouns, it will be best for you to get more exercises in this area of English sentence development so you will learn when to use which form of the word.
Save for these problems, your essay is strong and informative. You did well in the exercise as far as I can tell.