Humanistic care is more important than system management because the system isn't as important as the people involved in education. When the people are taken care of, the system thrives. Any system is only as good as its weakest parts. When the people are compromised, the system fails and changes should be made to the business of education.
Education is very important for the development of a country and because of that I believe that a humanistic approach to education is important. Having a 1 on 1 sort of training style has been used for all sorts of things since the beginning of time, it should continue in education.
When it comes to education, system management is more important than humanistic care. Humanistic care doesn't really play a part in the educational process, so system management takes precedence. The fact of the matter is that a poorly managed educational system benefits students in no way and may cause harm.
System management is more important in education. They are both equally important but we must have a system in place first to control the operation. Without it, the humanistic care side would just collapse and we would not get anywhere in our education system. So I think system management is more important.
Without a doubt, system management is more important than humanistic care. This is true only because without proper system management, the humanistic care side would spiral out of control as far as costs and time are concerned. System management keeps everything running smoothly and efficiently, which is the most important thing in reality.