International Day of Education

The United Nations National assembly has chosen January 24 the International day of Education.  The main aim of this day is to make people aware of the Educational problems as well as to spread out the idea that Education is one of the major values that an human being can have.


In this context, our students have set up an International Education Assembly. They have become politicians, members of the United Nations. They were together to share thoughts about education. For one lesson, there were able to cope with all the education issues, which are tackling many areas of the world.

As a member of the United Nations, our students have studied the Education issues for each country. After that, all of them have exposed the problems in front of others delegations. Ones each country shows others its situation, and then we have made an assembly to try to find solutions.




After the lesson, we reached many conclusions: “All of us are truly lucky because…


“…there are many places in the world where if you are a girl you cannot go to school”


“…there are many children who aren’t able to study because they don’t have a school or a building to go in”


“…in many areas of the planet, a lot of teachers are murdered in cold blood because they teach children in primary school”


“…there are racists problems that affect children’ education”


According to Sustainable Development Goals: “Obtaining a quality education is the foundation to creating sustainable development. In addition to improving quality of life, access to inclusive education can help equip locals with the tools required to develop innovative solutions to the world’s greatest problems” (Goal 4)


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