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World leaders must listen to young people on education

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This article draws attention to the recent global survey about youth and education which emphasises the urgency to address the state of education across the world. The deepening crisis in education has resulted in the a new campaign #LetMeLearn. Youth are organising and mobilising globally to demand access to good quality education from world leaders attending the upcoming Transforming Education Summit (TES). Children and youth are the adults of tomorrow. So, whilst this campaign involves the importance of education for children and youth, we need to highlight the necessity of governments and world leaders to prioritise adult education and learning. We need to broaden the campaign to build links between schooling and post-schooling in all societies. Read the full article here.

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