Free Education Argumentative Essay

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In the world today about 264 plus million children are being denied access to free education, according to Global Campaign for Education-civil society movement. Up to 80 percent of the world's out of school 5 to 18 year olds live in the sixty-five countries that a similar, more modern organization, Global Partnership for Education, is associated with. These are the children that are going to be leading and populating their own countries eventually so if have no education, how can they make logical decisions for the benefit of their country and the world? Education is globally recognized as a human right according to a number of international conventions. In all highly developed countries most people would claim education should be free for children worldwide yet a quarter of a billion children are denied education. Free education should…show more content…
This is flawed because in developed countries like the U.S., the government can spend however much monet they want in practicality. Trillions of dollars of debt doesn't stop America from dumping more trillions of dollars into unecessary places like the milatary, specifically in this case fighter jets. "The F-35 project has been one of the most expensive military projects in history, and will cost upwards of $1.45 trillion by the time it’s over" (Wolff-Mann, 7 Amazing Things, U.S. military spending dwarfs the budget of the #2 country – China. For every dollar China spends on its military, the U.S. spends $2.77 ( My point is that if countries who have bad budget priorities are turned around then every child in every country could easily afford an education. Governments are not going to reallocate their funds to finance global education to make a positive change in the world because it is not in their best
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