Children Education Rights

1 billion children go to school every school day. But is that enough?
Many more of those 1 billion children are enrolled in school. Yet, for many of them schooling does not mean learning.
The reason behind this is, A lack of trained teachers, insufficient learning materials, classes with limited facilities
and these make learning very difficult for many children. And many children also come to school very tired, exausted, sleepy,
and sick, and this really makes the expirience of learning very hard.
The consequences of this are grave, an estimated 617 million children and adolescents
around the world are enable to reach minimum
proficiency levels in reading and mathematics, even though two thirds of them are in school.
As a result, without education they may not be able to move ahead in their carreers, and will face many barriers just to earn
minimum wages. This will also be a great down fall for their communities, because they won't be able to take part in important decisions,
threatening their ability to build a better future for themselves and their communities.

All children have the right to learn no matter, where they are from, their family status, their class, and and their financial satatus.
After all they are human.

Good education means, good, educated teachers that are motivated to teach, A friendly enviorment where kids are motivated to learn,
and instruction that all kids can understand and make it easy for them to learn. This also requires that the learning is monitered and
the outcomes of the learning is measured.

In 144 countries around the world, UNICEF works to provide learning opportunities that prepare children and adolescents
with the knowledge and skills they need to thrive.

This is UNICEF's plan for success for the children

Key Areas of Their Work

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