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Ways to Improve Education in Developing Countries

Globally, Education now has taken a new shape. We will be discussing with you ways to improve Education in Developing Countries.

In some developing countries, education is still in the incubation stage, thereby it is not yet strong.

I don’t know how long you searched but I can assure you that is here today with your answers.

In developing countries, education is not yet a formality and as such children are not allowed to attend schools for it is believed to be a waste of time.

While in some developing countries, the children wish to attain formal education but they are discouraged by one challenge or the other.

In this blog, we are going to share with some ways to improve Education in Developing Countries.

These developing countries lacks more than low quality education but we will focus on improving education in this article.

Ways to Improve Education in Developing Countries

The ways to improve Education in developing include but not limited to the following:

Low cost of Education

Some may be asking how can education cost be low when the knowledge will yield more.

Well, it may interest you to know a great number of children in Developing Countries give up on Education.

This is because the cost of education is very high for their parents or guardians to afford.

This left many of these children’s dream fulfilled and they are a greater number of uneducated people in these developing countries.

Low cost of education will enable both the poor and the rich people of these to afford to sending their wards to attain formal education.

When the cost of education is low, the poor, average and rich will be happy to send their children to school for they can afford to.

Research over the years shows that there was 12 percent increase in enrollment when school fees was abolished in countries such as; Kenya and Ghana.

Introduction of Lunch Program in Schools

I know you must be asking how will this program look like? Or how important is it?

Scientific research proves that malnourished children learn poorly in a class and as such their academic performance is also poor.

The 2009 food program shows that 66 million children in the world are hungry.

Hunger is a great canker worm which affect the output not just for the school children but generally.

How can you ask a hungry child to attend a school? Or to be focused on the teachings in the class?

Supplying foods during school hours will enable these children to be more focused in class.

Also, it will encourage their regular attendance to classes. School lunch programs has shown to improve students scores.

A typical example is the provision of  iron-fortified vitamin pills to children in rural China, many of whom have anemia, had an immediate positive impact on learning.

Enlightening The Parents

An illiterate and ignorant parent will not support their children going to school for he does not know the value of education.

Some of these parents lacks the awareness necessary to improve both their standards of living and those of their children

Enlightening these ignorant and illiterate parents on the values of education will help improve education in developing countries.

For example, in Madagascar, this could be achieved for as low as $2 per child and benefits can be 600 times the cost.

Empowering the Teachers with Adequate Resources

Some of the teachers in these developing countries has little or no resources to aid them in their teaching.

Computer-aided teaching will improve education in these developing countries as well as education experience of students.

The computers are to have an age appropriate learning software and a staff educated technically on how to use and maintain them.

These methods will inevitably improve education in developing Countries and encourage enrollment.

Most importantly, it will ensure the children learn more and while they are in school.

Enactment of New Education Model

Gone are the days when Tests and examination are the only way to ensure children learn more in school.

A new education model should contain both important financial, health and administrative skills.

Students should practice teamwork, leadership skills and critical thinking.

Also, they should gain access to entrepreneurship projects such as identifying and exploiting opportunities in the market.

This is all we have for you on Academic Struggles of Students and Possible Solutions.

Thank you for your time, I really hope this article can help as many students as possible.

I still remain your humble friend Mr. Paschal, use the comment section on this post if you have any problems, questions or concerns. I’ll be there to help you in my own little way.

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