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Sep 26 2015 - 01:41 AM
Developing Education
There are approximately 59 million children and 65 million adolescents out of school across the globe. As a result, they are denied a right a basic human right in today's world. Education is a human right that can't be taken for granted. I believe every child's wish is to go to school and learn. However, disasters, epidemics and conflict often make it difficult for children to fulfill their educational goals. Nonetheless, there is no problem without a solution. Governments, parent and teacher associations must collaborate with the private sector and civil society organizations to create productive ways to improve the quality of education. Additionally, countries that are fortunate with resources must help invest in least-developed countries. A recent OECD report states that for the next 80 years, the GDP of both lower-income and higher-income countries can be boosted by an average of 26% and 16% per year, respectively. This will occur if children are provided with access to education and skills to fully participate in society. Read more here.
|By: Bismark Appiah|1081 Reads