Out of School

Well, this is shocking!

One in 5 people are out of school.

Reduced political contribution, excess in demand for social services, increased rate of crime and poor health levels are the factors that contribute to major social costs of dropping out of school.

Lower wages, unemployment prospects, and possibility of health issues are consequences of student dropouts.

Let’s all contribute our quota to ensure achieving inclusive and equitable quality education.

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