Education for all
Basically education in the general form is the form of learning which involves harness of knowledge, skill as well as a constant habit of self development and might include teaching, training or research. It is often said that the first education starts at home. The parents are the first teachers who implement a better habit and virtues to a child. As he grows up formal education starts as per the existing system form primary school to higher school to colleges and universities. The right to education has been recognized by the Union Government of certain nations which corresponds to the article 13 of United Nations’ 1966 International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights stating the right of every person to be educated. Although compulsory education is mandatory in most parts of the world upto a certain age.
It’s often said that children are the future of a nation. In such juncture it is essential to guide and develop the future. In order to complete this education is the key. A common sight is most of the third world nations is children either rag picking in tottered clothes or being forced to work in dark, unhealthy factories. In most cases it is due to poverty. Though primary education is mandatory but probably parents feel it more economical to send the children working rather than visiting schools. Their world is overcast with unhappiness and darkness of illiteracy. This is cutting off the bud before blooming. It is obvious to have some bright and enthusiastic students among the lot but the society as a whole is the obstacle. It is time to break the shackles and ensure that if not all the willing are entitled to the right of education and aid in a complete development.