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State of education facts/pictures

Quick Intro -
Many children around the world are not getting the type of education that other children do. This article, contains the facts and stats of the most recent surveys and data of school life. This article supports many graphs and charts that represent male vs. female schooling, benefits of schooling in different parts of the world, and what effect donors have on the school systems.


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As you can tell from this chart, women tend to get less education than men.
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According to a recent survey in Bangladesh, “Two-thirds of the respondents believed that a woman should not earn more than her husband as this can lead to tensions within the home. Two in five believed that boys need more nutrition than girls to be strong and healthy and that the husband should have final say in all important family matters”, unesco
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53% of the world’s out-of-school children are girls and 2/3 of the illiterate people in the world are women
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The poorest education lies in South Asia according to this graph.
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According to this graph, by unesco, the aid to education has become very unstable and hard to monitor.
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In 2015 the money from donors dropped from around 13 billion US dollars, to about 12 billion US dollars.
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If this trend continues, in 2020, unesco expects to see an even lower aid rate.
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Both, the USA and the UK, the world’s biggest donors, dropped their donor aid from 11% to 9% only within the past year.
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This graph represents the literacy rate for youth children.
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It can be inferred from this graph that the people who had a poor literacy rate, did not have a good childhood education or that they dropped out of school at an early age.
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The country that held youths with the poorest literacy rate was Nigeria, according to this graph by Unesco.
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Conclusion
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By - Shreeja Kikkisetti

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