«Let’ s learn about our rights» (6)

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Published on February 3, 2014

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Πρόγραμμα e-Twinning ΣΤ’ τάξης 2013-14
Ιδιωτικό Δημοτικό Σχολείο "Ι.Μ.ΔΕΛΑΣΑΛ"

The right of education VASSILIS O. GEORGE A. SAVVAS S. VASSILIS T.

What education offers  Education is the best investment for the people because well educated people have more opportunities to get a job.  Educated individuals enjoy respect among their colleagues and they can effectively contribute to the development of their country and society by inventing new devices and discoveries.  The main purpose of education is to educate individuals within society, to prepare and qualify them for work in economy as well as to integrate people into society and teach them values and morals of society.  Education in society prepares youngsters for adulthood so that they may form the next generation of leaders as well as strong families and strong communities.

11 Facts About Education Around the World  

1. In2012, 31 million primary-school pupils worldwide dropped  out of school. An additional 32 million repeated a grade. 2. In  the  sub-Saharan,  11.07  million  children  leave  school  before completing their primary education. In South and West  Asia, that number reaches 13.54 million. 3. While  girls  are  less  likely  to  begin  school,  boys  are  more  likely to repeat grades or drop out altogether. 4. According  to  UNESCO,  61  million  primary  school-age  children were not enrolled in school in 2010. Of these children,  47  percent  were  never  expected  to  enter  school,  26  percent  attended  school  but  left,  and  the  remaining  27  percent  are  expected to attend school in the future

5. Children  living  in  a  rural  environment  are  two  times  more  likely  to  be  out  of  school  than  urban  children.  Additionally,  children  from  the  wealthiest  20  percent  of  the  population  are  four  times  more  likely  to  be  in  school  than  the  poorest  20  percent. 6. In developing, low-income countries, every additional year of  education can increase a person’s future income by an average  of 10 percent. 7. Children who are born to educated mothers are less likely to  be  stunted  or  malnourished.  Each  additional  year  of  maternal  education also reduces the child mortality rate by 2 percent.

8. Women with a primary school education are 13 percent more likely to know that condoms can reduce their risk of contracting HIV/AIDS. An education can help decrease the spreading of this virus by promoting safer sexual practices. 9. 53 percent of the world’s out-of-school children are girls and two-thirds of the illiterate people in the world are women. 10. Education empowers women to make healthy decisions about their lives. For example, women in Mali with a secondary level education or higher have an average of 3 children, while those with no education have an average of 7. 11. The youth literacy rates in South America and Europe are among the highest with 90-100 percent literacy. The African continent, however, has areas with less than 50 percent literacy among children ages 18 and under.

Solutions for the childhood illiteracy Schools must be established all over the world, both in developed and low-income countries. Governments must ensure that all the children attend at least primary and high school. International organizations must ensure that child labour is forbidden, so that children can be educated rather than being exploited.  Local communities can help with charity , by donating books , finding volunteer teachers or supporting financially low-income families. Finally everyone must claim for FREE EDUCATION!

Thank you for your attention and don’t forget …

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