A child at school in Sierra Leone. Photo by: Stephan Bachenheimer / GPE / CC BY-NC-ND

In 2015, world leaders committed to Sustainable Development Goal 4, which calls for the provision of inclusive and equitable quality education for all by 2030.

Despite that commitment, 263 million children and young people are still out of school, and after a decade of progress, the number of primary-aged children not in school is going up, not down. For those who are in school, many are not actually learning anything.

If current trends continue, only 1 out of 10 children in low-income countries will be on track to acquire basic secondary level skills by 2030.

The Education Commission

If current trends continue, only 1 out of 10 children in low-income

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