Does education reflect the true image of any society?
If you look at you surrounding community you will see the parts of town that the houses are better cared for, as well as the portion of town that is not as updated - have less lawn etc. TYPICALLY you will notice that those with the bigger, more expensive, better cared for homes have better jobs. Those who live in the less expensive and maybe less cared for will have the lower income homes - possibly working more hours for less money and dont have time or funds to fix them up.
What education does is improve the knowledge and generally the intelligence of a society. The "image" of a society is not the sole factor of a society's image. The term "image" can have different meanings based on the context in which the term is used. As an example a positive image of a society is based on yes education levels and the number of well educated people in the society. It is also based on the socioeconomic status of the majority of the people in the society.
You're asking a profound question about perception; even someone looking at you doesn't see your "true image"; their brain and visual cortex create an image - but its a philosophical problem as to whether the image is truly you. A mirror, by definition, produces a mirror image - so you can't really call that a true image. A photograph is, essentially, a recording of how something is lit so I'd also say that isn't a true image either.
start with your name, about your family and then tell about your education status and then tell about your hobbies after this you can discuss about your strong and weak point and if you are writing it for formal purpose then tell more about your education and what subject and why you have opted or you want to opt in feature. Also tell about your aim and then what you think about life and todays society which will reflect your identity and persnality so be carefull about that but try to write true and dont manuplate your self much.