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Process of Solving the Lack of Education
Transcript of Process of Solving the Lack of Education
What is Education?
How Can We Solve the Lack of Education?
Improvement of money spending on schools
Focus on the economy (Government needs to be focused on education)
Reduce cost of school
Rewards for school attendance
A Fully Educated World
A fully educated world would serve to raise the majority of people out of poverty. More educated people would create more teachers, scientists, doctors, engineers, and many more critical professions. Every flame needs a spark, and education may be the spark for the next Einstein or the scientist who will find the cure for Cancer.
Ten years from the start of the education reforms would only show the immediate changes: Creation of schools, increase of wages, etc. The long term effects will take a full generation to show progress.
Why is the Lack of Education a Problem?
By Emma, Jarod, Alexandria and Chase
Solving the Lack of Education
Requirement for Knowledge
Create minimum standard for world education
The minimum level of education would be the completion of primary school
A student would have to be able to:
Read and write
Do basic arithmetic
Lack of Education
One of today's most concerning global issues is the lack of education. Whether it's high school or elementary school graduation, With no education, there is a higher chance that the person will live in poverty. Higher poverty rates result in fewer schools. Fewer schools leads to even more poverty, creating a vicious cycle.
According to the National Longitudinal Mortality Study (NLMS) , one year of education can increase your life expectancy by .18 years.
Research conducted by the Global Fund for Children shows that 1 in 5 (125 million) children are not educated.
Without education, it creates a vicious cycle.
When being illiterate, there is a higher chance of being victimized, in wars, a child soldier, and sent into trafficking.
*Figure 1: http://saypeople.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/Lack-of-Education.jpg
*Figure 2: https://education.wsu.edu/wp-content/uploads/sites/90/2015/08/EDUCATION-text-396x264.jpg
*Figure 3: http://www.cinnaminson.com//cms/lib05/NJ01001149/Centricity/Domain/258/SchoolHouse_001.jpg
*Figure 4: http://121clicks.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/child_labor_photo_essay_04.jpg
*Figure 5: http://www.empowermagazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/povertyerase.gif
*Figure 6: Prezi
*Figure 7: http://www.essentialmagazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/marbella_charity.jpg
*Figure 8: https://www. youtube.com /watch?v=HndV87XpkWg
Large charity events at schools
Using school profits
Reward for donating