Facts about education and it’s level in the world

Despite the fact that world people life level is increasing, there are still extremely much problems in education system and everybody now that mostly life quality depends on job, which depends on education.

• There are approximately 781 million adults who can not read, write and count.

• Approximately 140 million children worldwide do not attend school, of whom 55% are girls. Of 140 million children who are not in school about 30 to 40 million are children with special needs. Approximately 70% of these children live in sub-Saharan Africa and southern and western states. 1 / 3 public for which statistics are available less than 2 / 3 of the total number of students who began their training acquire basic education.

• Primary lose the race at the national and local government funding, because it is mainly directed to those areas that are linked to economic growth – infrastructure development and secondary / tertiary learning. Training materials are often inadequate child-age features, etc. needs.

• Over the past 5 years the number of people in secondary education worldwide has increased 4 times more than primary school. More than in 90 countries around the world girls are discriminated and couldn’t go to primary schoolf even if they wanted (at upper secondary level only 1 / 3 part of the world there is a gender balance).

• While number of schoolars is increasing number of teachers is catastrophically small, in addition their quality level is quite low. Teachers often lack the skills necessary to work with children who have a wide range of needs. Many teachers who are trained in the specialty, immediately left his work in education and move on to better paid jobs.

• In higher education there is a gender balance. In the 2007th in the Whole world WAS 152.5 million students – about 50% more Than in the 2000th But is-still observable regional difference in terms of the number of students – 71% of the population studying in North America and Western Europe, East Asia, 26%, 23% of Arab Countries, 11% in South and West Asia, and despite the recent Years, the observed Trend Growth – only 6% in Africa.

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Education in future?

Education in future

In fact this picture is from 1998 but I’m of the opinion that it still shows what some/many students want.

However, I think if something like that became true then the education would suffer. Moreover, skilled people would decrease. This would have a bad effect on the labour market as the labour market needs skilled people to develop.