education for the children


education for the children

Education for the children
94,997 lunches and 95,320 nutritious snacks served
702 students supported at The School of Hope and in further education

Others drop out of school due to overcrowded classes or poorly trained teachers. Many, like Venetia whose story is shown below, are robbed of the chance to learn because of conflict; others because they’re a girl, or come from a poor family, or live in a rural area.
Around the world, millions of children never see the inside of a classroom – meaning they miss out of life-changing opportunities.

In addition to its regular survey operations, the UIS works directly with countries to help them produce data on out-of-school children and youth, as well as interpret and use such data for policy-making. As part of these efforts, the UIS contributes to the development of methodologies needed to produce data for monitoring the targets of the SDG 4 – Education 2030 agenda.
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Education for the children
With UNICEF’s help, there are now 100 million more children and adolescents enrolled in primary and secondary schools around the world than there were a decade ago.
Some 387 million primary school-aged children and 230 million lower secondary school-aged children are failing to learn basic numeracy and literacy. Most of these children are in school. Each and every one of them deserves the opportunity to learn so that they may someday reach their full potential.

Education for the children
Children and young people have the right to both primary and secondary education and should be able to choose different subjects when in secondary school. This should include the option of technical and vocational training, so they shouldn’t have to focus on academic subjects if they don’t want to.
Governments should support children and young people in education. They should: