FC011The Individual, State and Societ Student ID No: 100881
Module Code: FC011
Module Title: The Individual, State and Society
Tutor name: Robert Murphy
Class: Group 4
Assessment Title: Children’s right to education in China
Student ID Number:100881
Date of Submission:29/5/2018
Word count: 1341 Words
Children’s right to education in China
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) is a milestone document in the history of human rights. According to the UDHR article 26" Everyone has the right to education. Education should be free, at least in the elementary and basic stages. Primary education is mandatory. Technical and vocational education should be universally available, and higher education should be open to all on an equal footing（The United Nations General Assembly in Paris 1948). Primary education is an important right for children.
Unfortunately, in many developing countries, poor families lack the funds to pay tuition fees and many children cannot attend school because their parents cannot pay for their tuition.Not only that some parents have also needed their children to work in order to bring in extra income for the family. About primary education for children, although the restrictions on educational opportunities are often due to economic, political or other reasons, the result is
the same: Children are out of school(Fait Muedini, (2015)). For example: the story of Malala Yousafzai, the youngest Nobel Prize laureate. she is a teenager in Pakistan faced the Taliban. she was shot twice as a result of her request for the right of girls to attend school. After her recovery, Malala subsequently delivered speeches on the right to education of girls and all children around the world. We all know clearly the importance of primary education, not necessarily in terms of future career prospects, but rather for the fundamental development of the self. According to the most recent figures, 57 million children are currently not attending primary school (United Nations, 2013). This situation is very bad. Universal primary education is a major problem and a serious problem facing many countries. Many emerging countries are not suitable for creating schools, providing educational materials, and recruiting and training teachers for the financial resources they need. Funds promised by the international community are usually insufficient to allow countries to establish an education system for all children. Similarly, the lack of financial resources will also affect the quality of teaching. Teachers cannot benefit from basic teacher training, but schools are not enough, and classrooms in schools are too large. This spillover has led to many courses where different levels of education are forced together, which does not allow every child to benefit from education that adapts to their needs and abilities. As a result, the drop-out rate and failure rate for education are still high. Lack of education and p...