This article discusses the rights we have involving equality in education. Across the United States equal treatment is not always applied. In many schools students experience discrimination against social class, gender, sexual orientation, disabilities, race, and more.
This article discusses 10 of the many "barriers" of global education. All around the world children in third world countries don't have the easy access to schooling that we do. The challenges in global education include: a lack of funding, having no teacher, having no classroom, and a lack of learning materials. The Global Partnership for Education (GPE), a global collaboration between more than 60 developing countries, is working to increase the access to education in these places.
This article discusses the failure in protecting and fulfilling the right to education globally. Although there has been success in ensuring all children have access to education, there lies more failure. More than 120 million children do not attend school. The rapid global progression of education has left many kids behind. This can be known as an 'education deficit'. Governments have promised to improve equal access to education worldwide, but they've gone about it the wrong way.
In this video clip, a young American girl brings a foreign exchange student into a school for the first time. She is amazed and says that there are no schools where she lives. In America, schools are everywhere. Everyday children go to school and think nothing of it, often times it is taken for granted. Free basic schooling should be provided to all children despite ethnic group, gender, class or social standing.
This is a visual representation of the brain of those who don't have access to education. Every person has the potential, but needs to be provided proper education to free their mind and expand upon it. "The unchallenged mind is imprisoned in the cage of ignorance."
The River is a song sung from a child's perspective. It is about their right to education and the benefits it brings. Everyone has the right to learn and strive for their goals- no matter where they live.