Instructions: Explore the UNESCO report, Situational analysis of out-of-school children in nine southeast Asian countries [https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000252749] for information on worldwide trends of educational deficiencies. Where are the most children denied their right to education? Where are the most severe gender disparities? Choose a country and read its profile to see how it rates in international comparison. What are your thoughts about this?
Educational Deficiencies in Southeast Asia
Each child has the right to a basic education, however, not everyone is able to enjoy this right, particularly in countries that are less developed and developing. Children attend school at various age groups across Southeast Asian countries, with some starting as young as five years old in Myanmar. But there are a few children who are attending or have completed their schooling. These are known as children who are out of school (OOS) children; school-aged children aged between 5 and 16 years old, without schooling, or have left the school system prior to completing elementary and lower secondary education. In all countries that have OOS the majority of them come from remote regions that are marginalized economically depressed areas, as well as those with disabilities, indigenous and ethnic minorities, as well as child laborers (UNESCO Office for Bangkok and Regional Bureau for Education in Asia and Pacific 2017). Over nine Southeast Asia, over three million children are OOS in primary school and even higher when they reach secondary school age. Indonesia is the country with the highest OOS rates for both secondary and primary school at all ages. UNESCO (2017) indicates the fact that Indonesia is home to greater than 1.6 million as well as 1.3 million OOS students at the primary and secondary levels and secondary levels, respectively. Vietnam boasts 688849 OOS at primary level and 262648 for secondary school age which is significantly less that Myanmar’s OOS. Timor-Leste is the country with the lowest OOS both in terms of OOS, with only 34223 students in primary school, and 16117 at secondary school. Lao PDR also has less OOS amounts in comparison to the some other Southeast Asian countries. There is a mix of OOS for male and female children across the nine nations. Countries such as Malaysia, Cambodia, Timor-Leste along with Thailand have higher rates of female OOS…
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