Implementation Of The Following Strategies For Developing Countries

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Date: July 6th, 2015
To: John Smith, UNESCO chairman
From: Mboy Embanglian Gabriela
Subject: Improving Education in developing countries

Mr. John Smith, attached is a recommendation on how to improve education in most developing countries. After making some researches and reading several educational articles, I recommend the implementation of the following strategies mentioned below to enhance education in developing countries. In case of any questions, I will be much honored to arrange a meeting with you at your convenience with other members of interest.
Mboy Embanglian Gabriela

Mr. John Smith,
Seventy five percent of children in developing countries suffer from malnutrition, which result in development disorder. Consequently, the …show more content…

In addition to the above mentioned, job opportunities in developing countries is very low, even after completing higher education. Hence children in developing counties prefer to forgo their education, and completely invest in farm work or earn a trade (Yuthas, Epstein, & Kristi, 2012).
To continue, most teachers in developing countries lack training, hence the children are limited to knowledge in sense that even the ones who succeed to complete primary school may lack the basic skills in reading and writing (The situation in developing countries, 2015). Mostly outdated methods of learning are implemented. However, the teachers that have the training are not well paid, and they work under unfavorable conditions. They mostly teach several shifts a day with a large population of children. All this summed up does not encourage them to come for their classes
Also, schools in developing countries have little or no equipment to help in the students’ education; such as computer labs, boards. There is also no funding to cover some utilities such as water, electricity or transport for the children (The situation in developing countries, 2015).
The brilliant student in developing countries have the disadvantage of not been able to further their education due to lack of higher education, hence they end up working in the farm not having the opportunity to make use of their knowledge.

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