Right to Education Situation of children’s right to education worldwide Today, education remains an inaccessible right for millions of children around the world. More than 72 million children of primary education age are not In school and 759 million adults are illiterate and do not have the awareness necessary to Improve both their living conditions and those of their children.
Reasons behind lack of education : Normalization and poverty: Factors linked to poverty such as unemployment, Illness and the Illiteracy of parents; ultimately the risk of non-schooling and the drop-out rate of a child by 2. Undeniably, many children from disadvantaged backgrounds are forced to abandon their education due to health problems related to malnutrition or In order to work and provide support for the family. Financial deficit of developing countries: Many emerging countries do not appropriate the financial resources necessary to create schools, provide schooling materials, nor recruit and train teachers.
Lack of financial resources has an effect on the quality of teaching. Teachers do not benefit from basic teacher training and schools, of which there are not enough, have oversized classes. This overflow leads to classes where many different educational levels are forced together which does not allow each individual child to benefit from an education adapted to their needs and abilities. As a result, the drop-out rate and education failure remains high.
Overview of the right to education worldwide : Most affected regions: Sub-Sahara Africa is the most affected area with over 32 million children of primary school age remaining uneducated. Central and Eastern Asia, as well as the Pacific, are also severely affected by this problem with more than 27 million uneducated hillier. Additionally, these regions must also solve continuing problems of educational poverty (a child In education for less than 4 years) and extreme educational poverty (a child In education for less than 2 years).
Essentially this concerns Sub-Sahara Africa where more than half of children receive an education for less than 4 years. In certain countries, such as Somalia and Burbank Fast, more than of children receive an education for a period less than 2 years. Inequality between girls and boys: the education of girls In Jeopardy Today, It Is girls who have the least access to education.
They make up more than 54% of the non-schooled population In ten world I Nils problem occurs most Truculently In Ran states, In central Asia and in Southern and Western Asia and is principally explained by the cultural and traditional privileged treatment given to males. In sub-Sahara Africa, over 12 million girls are at risk of never receiving an education. In Yemen, it is more than 80% of girls who will never have the opportunity to go to school. Even more alarming, certain countries such as Afghanistan or Somalia make no effort to reduce the gap between girls and boys with regard to education.