How Poverty With Education And Poverty

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How to End Poverty with Education
Education and poverty are conversely related. Education is surely and effectually the best way of the poor to escape not only poverty but also to kill illiteracy and ignorance and unawareness of individual rights and responsibilities and to outflow all forms of social discrimination, around the world. Education has the power to break the poverty cycle. If capitalist invest in education, the returns would be priceless.
Education provides people with knowledge and skills.Skills are the key from education to reduce poverty. Education makes people not just employed, but hold jobs that are more secure and provide good working conditions and suitable pay. Education cannot only help lift families out of poverty,
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This system is hurting many in the U.S and so we should rethink it and make changes to it. The world works in a way that keeps some people poor. More money to welfare equals more taxes, which often comes out of the pockets of businesses and other individuals who don’t have the money to begin with. It’s a constant political tug of war. To help facilitate this transfer of responsibility from government welfare to private charity, the federal government should offer a dollar-for-dollar tax credit for contributions to private charities that provide social-welfare services. (Anderson)
Lack of education causes a lack of strong leadership in government. and it causes a deficit of people who are willing to be well informed and willing to act on their own behalf of their own roles in all levels of government. Lack of education can negatively affect long term national and world economies as well. The future of our world depends on our children. There are currently 121 million children worldwide who are uneducated. These children either aren 't allowed to attend school due to their gender, lack of shoes or clothes, or resources. Or come from an uneducated or low income household where parents need their children to earn an income for their family.
It 's estimated that about 150 million children worldwide are engaged in child labor. Yet for each year a child attends school, their income average can increase
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