Now 5,900,000 USA School-Age Children (3-17 yrs) Are Not in School in the USAEuropean Leaders Share Strategies to Reduce Secondary Dropouts250,000,000 Children in the World Are Not Receiving an Education

Now 5,900,000 USA School-Age Children (3-17 yrs) Are Not in School in the USA

Increase the Number of Educated Children in the USA

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European Leaders Share Strategies to Reduce Secondary Dropouts

WEF USA Networks US Educators with International Colleague

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250,000,000 Children in the World Are Not Receiving an Education

WEF Supports Quality Education for All Children in the World

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Netherlands Educators Petition Government To Support All Children Attending School!

Educators in the Netherlands are signing petitions for their Parliament to support all children being in school. If they collect 40,000 signatures, the Dutch Parliament is required to react. They want to reduce their number of “home sitters” to zero in the Netherlands.
WEF Netherlands is organizing this movement. Netherlands educators are

2016 Data on School Enrollment from American Community Survey

Over 5,900,000 of school-age children in the United States are not attending a school.
The American Community Survey collected data that estimated the number of students, from age 3-17, who are not attending any kind of school. These data are collected for the US Census Bureau and we believe it is used for the

Why Aren’t 263,000,000 Children in School?

The results from a recent UNESCO study are very disappointing to us. UNESCO has been a driving force in promoting the betterment of underdeveloped countries throughout the world. One of UNESCO’s programs was the establishment of Sustainable Development Goals(SDG), which included education of children as well as economic considerations. As part of assessing the status

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