Education means to understand and learn by exploring new adventures. Basic education is necessary for everyone to know the difference between good and bad for them. These days, education has reached every place, but still, some children don’t get an education. This is due to poverty. The poor children are not able to afford education. They are busy earning their daily wages or managing their households. But this problem is no more with the society because the Government has set up several Government Schools free of cost, where the school provides children with midday meals.
The poor peoples are still hesitant to send their girls to attend school sessions. This is mostly because of the low thinking quality of people. They think girls should stay home and work there forever. Apart from this, girls are also insecure. Due to this many organizations took part to train girls in some self-defense techniques.
Why do we need to educate everyone?
Education is the basic building block of every society. It is the single best investment countries can make to build prosperous, healthy, and equitable societies. Article 26 of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that “Everyone has the right to education.” Today, however, 57 million children remain out of school. Education is not only a right but a passport to human development that opens doors and expands opportunities and freedoms ensuring Inclusive, Equitable, and Quality Education and the Promotion of Lifelong Learning Opportunities for all to recognize several impediments for universal education and attempts to address them through targets to increase the number of scholarships to students in developing nations and create educational facilities that are gender-sensitive and disability-inclusive.
Sustainable and shared economic development increasingly depends on the capacity of governments to implement policies targeted at marginalized groups and remove barriers to ongoing learning and entry into the labor market. Notwithstanding the significant achievements over the past decade, women and girls still have the least access to education and training, and specific policies are urgently needed to address these challenges.
Those who leave school at a young age are vulnerable to unemployment, poverty, early marriage, and pregnancy. Some factors that fuel drop-out rates include poverty, gender, disability, family catastrophes, war, and conflict, as well as perceived low return on investment for education. Developing alternative learning opportunities that consider these reasons for high drop-out rates are necessary to provide young people appropriate opportunities to consolidate their basic knowledge and competencies, and equip them with the relevant skills needed to obtain employment, become business owners and entrepreneurs or engage in other productive work.
Education for All—Starting with Women
Achieving greater equality between women and men and increased empowerment of women and girls have long been recognized as a global imperative for development. In 2015 it was made a stand-alone goal in the United Nations’ 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (SDG5).
Education is key to meeting that goal, and there has been real progress. Globally, 90% of girls now complete primary school, but only 75% complete their lower secondary education. In low-income countries, the situation is less encouraging: fewer than 67% of girls complete their primary education, and only 33% complete lower secondary school. Income and gender combine for a crushing result. According to Oxfam, a girl from an average family has a one in 250 chance of pursuing her studies beyond secondary school, compared to a one in three odds for a boy from a well-to-do family. We need to educate our girls to enable a balanced literacy rate for any country.
Proper and good education is very important for all of us. It facilitates quality learning all through life among people of any age group, caste, creed, religion, and region. It is the process of achieving knowledge, values, skills, beliefs, and moral habits. People need to get high-level awareness about the importance of knowing more than before. Education is very necessary for each and everyone to improve knowledge, way of living as well as social and economic status throughout the life. Getting proper education is the birthrights of everyone restricting which is the crime. Education is the ultimate way to get victory overall personal and social problems. Education is very important to all of us as it plays a very important role in our life. To live a better and more peaceful life, we need to be educated.