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In an uneducated and culturally devoid of morality world generations are growing up in a morally inarticulate, self-referential universe.

Society needs to begin imparting or acquiring general knowledge, developing the powers of reasoning and judgment, and generally preparing oneself or others intellectually for mature life. the act or process of imparting or acquiring particular knowledge or skills, as for a profession.

Public education benefits our social order. We must have an educated society we hear everyone benefits This is one of the reasons we must all pay our fair share of taxes. No nation benefits from the uneducated. History makes it abundantly clear.

An individual's right to education is the freedom to learn. Yet, for too many across the globe, schooling does not lead to learning.

Over 600 million kids and adolescents worldwide are unable to attain minimum proficiency levels in reading and mathematics, even though two-thirds of them are in school. For out-of-school children, foundational skills in literacy and numeracy are further from grasp.

This learning crisis – the rift between the levels of learning students receive and those they, their communities, and entire economies need – hit a global scale even before the pandemic brought education systems to a halt.

After a global pandemic, school closures, nationwide remote instruction, protests for racial justice, and an election, the role of education has never been more critical or more uncertain. When the dust settles, what will education look like and what should it aspire to?