More Afghan children out of school nIs the trend of non- schooling back

June 5, 2018, 7:05 am

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It also said shortages of female teachers, poor school facilities and the basic dangers of going to school in conflict zones ?are also factors driving children ? particularly girls ? away from the classroom.?

The study did find that among the Afghan children enrolled in school, dropout rates were relatively low. Eighty-five percent of boys and girls who start primary school complete the last grade, while 94 percent of boys and 90 percent of girls who start secondary school complete the grades.

?The challenge is to get children to start school in the first place

Now these reasons remove the internet for education from the minds of the parents and children because then they think that instead of educating them the children should work with them in their farms, factories etc.
Act as an earning member of the family in simple words.

4 months, 2 weeks ago

Yes, the trend and era of not educating the children is back. Girls account for 60 percent of the out-of-school population, the study said, and in the worst-affected provinces ? Kandahar, Helmand, Wardak, Paktika, Zabul and Oruzgan ? up to 85 percent of girls who should be in school were not attending.

The study attributed the change, particularly for girls, partly to family displacements caused by the war and the enduring practice of child marriages.

4 months, 2 weeks ago
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