Title

Worldwide Educational Inequalities

Document Type

Presentation

Type

Information Motivating Public Activism (IMPACT)

UN Sustainable Development Goal

UNSDG #9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure

Start Date

29-4-2020 10:15 AM

End Date

29-4-2020 10:30 AM

Abstract

For a long time, education was a thing that only the wealthiest people of a nation could afford. As civilization advanced, access to the education system grew around the world. Unfortunately it grew faster in some, more advanced locations than in others. For this reason, access to education around the world differs greatly. In first world countries like the United States of America, education is widespread and readily available to almost the entire population, while in third world countries like Mali it is underdeveloped, underdeveloped and scarce, greatly affecting several aspects of the country's growth. Overall, the access to education affects and is affected by many things. This study examines the causes and effects of different factors of education around the world.

Share

COinS
 
Apr 29th, 10:15 AM Apr 29th, 10:30 AM

Worldwide Educational Inequalities

For a long time, education was a thing that only the wealthiest people of a nation could afford. As civilization advanced, access to the education system grew around the world. Unfortunately it grew faster in some, more advanced locations than in others. For this reason, access to education around the world differs greatly. In first world countries like the United States of America, education is widespread and readily available to almost the entire population, while in third world countries like Mali it is underdeveloped, underdeveloped and scarce, greatly affecting several aspects of the country's growth. Overall, the access to education affects and is affected by many things. This study examines the causes and effects of different factors of education around the world.