At the beginning of September, many students were finally able to go back to school, meet their classmates, and enjoy their company.

Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for children who live in countries where income differences persist.

The UNESCO’s 2020 Global Education Monitoring Report:

Inclusion and education estimated that during the COVID-19 pandemic about 40% of low and lower-middle-income countries have not been able to support disadvantaged learners during temporary school shutdown.

It is also stated that such exclusion continues to persist even nowadays were 9.7 million children will be in danger of falling behind in learning.

“Education is not a privilege, it’s a legal right”.