Skewed sex-ratio is a big challenge for India. Every child has a range of strengths, but these will not be apparent all at once. Top 10 reasons why all girls need an education.

No classroom. The absence of grading means that children can develop their skills and try new ones in a relaxed and natural environment. 200 m young people leave school without skills they need to thrive. Education transforms lives and breaks the cycle of poverty that traps so many children. Yet 262 million children and youth, one out of five children, are out of school. - Empowering the girl child is the only way forward. - The gang rape of Nirbhaya in December, 2012 jolted India into realising stricter laws need to be made to punish the guilty. Some of these children have no access to schooling. Education for girls is particularly important — an educated mother will make sure her own children go to, and stay in, school. Posted by Plan International | Thursday 5 October 2017, 09:40 AM (EST) Every piece of research conducted by every credible organisation, university and think tank will tell you that girls going to school and getting an education is a game-changer for families, communities and society as a whole. That’s more than a third of the world’s primary school-aged children.

Image: Kelley Lynch/GPE. Meanwhile, in 1 out of every 3 countries, less than three-quarters of teachers are trained to national standards. 3. The various types of right to education are primary education, secondary education, vocational education and higher education. A reading crisis.

A child cannot learn without the right environment. To offer every child primary education, 25.8 million school teachers need to be recruited. - Schemes like Beti bachao Beti padhao are a step in the right direction. Students try to get the teacher's attention to answer a question in Sudan. Today, 250 million children aged between five and 12 can’t read, write or count.

- education and equal opportunity of employment is required for the girl child. Every child has the right to an education. It also means that teachers can spend more quality time helping children develop those skills without feeling pressure to assign a grade to them.