Into SDG-4 with Education and Inequality

SDG - 4

Government are continuously working on the making Education equal for everyone. Still there are some unsaid facts that we can not neglect. The thing is whether Govt. are trying to do good in making education for everyone but still we need efforts from the other side too. People need to realize that they need to push themselves too. Some tribes are still against women education, some are facing color racism, some are facing money race. Only efforts from the Govt. is not good enough to eliminate inequality. Here are some of those data associated with SDG-4 (Sustainable Development Goal). These data are associated with UNESCO and Global Education Monitoring Report.

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SDG targets all the people who are into the education. It was never focused on any special group. These goals are not specified to some characteristics, region or money. These goals are same for all so that everyone can have same share to the education.

  • In 40 out of 93 countries, fewer than 50% of the poorest children have completed primary school.

  • More than 50% of young people in 57 out of 127 countries have not completed upper secondary school.

  • Since 2010, in 24 out of 52 countries fewer than 25% of children in rural areas have the opportunity to attend a pre-primary program.

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  • In 30 out of 127 countries, fewer than 90 females for every 100 males completed lower secondary school. In 17countries, fewer than 90 males for every 100 females completed lower secondary school.

  • Grade 4 students who did not speak the language of the test at home were at least 10 percentage points less likely than other students to reach the lowest level of proficiency in reading in 20 out of 47 countries that took part in the PIRLS assessment.

  • In 35 out of 75 countries, at least 25% of the poorest young women are not literate.

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