One possible version:
From the picture, we can see that many branches of a tree, which stand for different kinds of abilities in school education, have been cut off by a strong saw. Only the smaller branch “study” is reserved.
It in fact reflects an educational practice in some schools, where the goal of education is limited to study only. To make room and save time for study, activities for developing students’ organizing ability, communicating ability, practicing ability and so on are all considered unimportant and hence removed.
In my personally view, this kind of education is quite unqualified. A good education should focus on one’s overall development. Therefore, necessary measures must be taken to stop this kind of education. On one hand, education authorities must change their evaluation standards to guide schools back into the correct direction. On the other hand, students themselves should be responsible for their own development and seize every opportunity to broaden their abilities. I believe by doing so, things will be better and better.