kulám rotzím chinúch tov.
why cant I say: they all want a good education?
I would say that most students want a good university degree. They are not much eager of information though... :-(
‘A’ is not necessary, it depends on the meaning:
‘Everyone wants good education’ = everyone wants, say, the government, to provide good education
‘Everyone wants a good education’ = everyone wants to receive good education
exactly what i was about to say. reported.
There was no option for 'a' only 'an'. It didnt make sense
You don't need "a". Education is usually uncountable.