Education, Skills and Learning

This is why many young people have no access to proper education

COVID-19 has meant millions of children are out of education. Image: REUTERS/James Akena

Johnny Wood
Senior Writer, Formative Content
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Children in education from 1990 to 2015 Image: UNESCO
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A high percentage of students in poorer communities do not complete secondary education. Image: Reuters/Stringer
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