#Education

#Education is a process whereby we learn to act in a #human, rather than infantile or animalistic #fashion. Through this #process we gain a #cultural—as part of our personal—identity

Education is a life-long process of #behavior #modification taking place in and beyond #schools. It should be #growth-producing, should #contribute to our ability to become human and good #citizens, ought to prepare us to make a living and #provide for ourselves and #families. Public schools and curriculum cannot be planned or #evaluated in isolation from #economics and politics.

The #challenges of #education in developing #countries are different from those in the more developed countries. Children in poorer countries may not have #school fees, may need to work at a #young age, #teachers may be ill-prepared or lured into other work even during school hours, text #books and school #supplies may be scarce, and the #government may be forced to #attend to other #priorities

In #spite of the largest education system in the world, India still faces problems of low levels of literacy #achievement and poor #quality of education with 37 percent of the population lacking literacy skills; 53 percent of children #dropping out at the #elementary level and over 75 percent of rural schools being under staffed.

OUR PATH TO #PROGRESS

Pre-Primary education is the basic and foremost #right of every #child. Its availability and provision is not only the #responsibility of state but parents and households. Primary education brings #awareness among the masses, opens avenues for #opportunities as well self-advancement and #improvement and reduces chronic and inter-#generational poverty. As a first step in the creation of #welfare and just society, universal primary education is an #absolute pre-requisite for sustainable development.

Pre-Primary education usually starts at 4 years old started within this #period of time, so that all students in the community to work as a class and how to deal with and #obey the general understanding in society. Other than this #discipline is the most #important aspect is secondary in these initial experiences to #strengthen vocational education in the former stream.

Yet basic education in developing countries like India is in crisis. 67% of #children (aged between6-10) go to school. There are so many reasons for children to miss school, but #poverty is the main one. Parents cannot afford school fees, #uniforms and books amount. Most of #communities may not have enough #resources to run a school .In most of #urban rural areas, schools are at long #distances which make children to avoid them and especially it makes impossible for girls. Also due to poverty families #indulge their children in child labor to generate the income instead of spending on their education.

As a social #organization PSF is actively contributing for Primary Education by Project:- OUR PATH TO PROGRESS launch to provide pre-primary education to poor children who were not attending school due to poverty and involved in child labor. Project team approach their families and aware them about the need of Primary education, also makes them #assure that everything would be provided by the PSF, they need not to #spend even a single penny for their #kids education.

PSF also enroll the deserving students to nearby government school and keep in touch with the students for further support.

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