That it is going to take more than 70 years now to reach that goal.
The report, authored by Pauline Rose, published on Wednesday in Addis Ababa in Ethiopia, says 57 million are still without
One of the drawbacks in reaching the goals is a result of failure to honor pledges for education made by the international community.
Another setback is the declining education aid in which data shows there are at least 57 million children without the first basic school needs met.
A 50% school drop out also compounds the problem. Girls being more likely to miss out on school especially in families living in the rural areas.
The region noted to be hurt most is sub-Saharan Africa.
The report however notes that some countries such as India, Vietnam, Ethiopia and Tanzania have made considerable progress in expanding the reach of education.
Noteworthy, as wasted spending. For example, the report says in Tanzania, only 3.5% of children have textbooks, where as there are overcrowded class sizes of up to 130 pupils in Malawi.
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