– Sona Shaukath

It’s fair to say that Education is a basic human right, period, no matter what kind of background one comes from. Education is a key tool for a huge range of global developments, and one that many of us would assume is getting easier to access for more and more people worldwide. However, statics are still at an all-time high for those who are victims to receiving poor, or even worse, no education to peruse our dreams, reach for starts, and thrive at any given chance?

Primary education is a major issue and a sizeable problem for many states. Many states do not have the appropriate financial resources necessary to create schools, provide schooling materials, nor recruit and train teaches. Funds pledged by the government are generally not sufficient enough to allow villages or rural areas to establish an education system for all children. Equally, a lack of financial resources has an effect on the quality of teaching. For many children who still do not have access to education; it is because of persisting inequality and marginalization.

In India, 35 million children do not go to school. In 2018, more than 40 million children of comprehensive age as did not go to school. 200 million adults are illiterate and do not have the awareness necessary to improve both their living conditions and those of their children. Every day across the globe, millions of children don’t go to school. It is not because they are sick or their school is closed. And it’s not because they don’t want to be at school. They do the 35 million children who are missing out on primary education rights.

Reasons why children can’t get Education-

Because they are a child labour.

Because they live in war zones.

Because of child marriage.

Because of poor sanitation.

Because of gender partiality.

Because of poverty.

We can upgrade Education in these circumstances are: boast free Education, establish schools, empowering children towards education. Students are the future of India. If we want India we want education. Article 26 of the 1948 universal declaration on Human Rights states that “Everyone has the right to Education”.