This cycle is proven in not only developing countries, but in the U.S as well. If you were to look at a community with high dropout rates you’d see lower socioeconomics and high crime rates. Except in Africa the problem is magnified, one of every three children never attend school; therefore, there is widespread illiteracy, poverty and crime. Because of it’s the terrible education system it creates a population of unskilled and unqualified workers. Simple jobs like nurses or electricians can’t be filled because no one has knowledge of those subject, which causes poor health care and infrastructure in the country.
There are 54 million people in South Africa, with 4.7 million unemployed which then leads to crime rates increasing as more people become desperate to survive. Although getting an education is a law in South Africa many children do not get this privilege as they cannot afford to go to school (overpopulation) or live far from a school, and some do not get a good education. This therefore leads to the lack of education, which leaves more people without skills and knowledge. The environmental issues are the lack of soil (land), bodies of water (water), forests and air (atmosphere). The over use of natural resources lead to shortages of food, clean water,
The economy in South Africa dropped really low. There were really high levels of unemployment, it was hard to access education, and there were limited jobs. People didn’t even have stable homes. They were made from steel scraps and car parts. Most townships were living in extreme poverty.
However, South Africa have a high cost and low performance system in which students are paying for more than what they are receiving. There are minimal proper teachers scattered and the rest are unqualified. A lack of classroom discipline is also a major issue in South Africa due to insuffiecient classroom equipments and access to appropriate books. All of this has lead to a colossal destruction and amongst the reputation of education is South Africa packaged with negative and concerning perspectives of the teaching craft. South Africa is losing a warning amount of teachers per year with the statistic of 23, 000 teachers and replacement couting from 3,000 to
Since the offspring are not learning how to making a living with their own bear hands kids they will often end up in poverty. Most of these inheritors end up living off the wealth and not using it to better humanity, the wealth stagnates. Carnegie goes to say that it is rare for rich children to not be spoiled and to work for the greater good of the general public. Although there are exceptions Carnegie believes that this is the worst way to distribute wealth. Distribution after death, this consists of wealth being left behind to the public to do whatever with.
4. Economy People living in poverty impacts the employment rates. Without an education, people are unlikely to find an occupation, which leads to unemployment. Unemployment withhold a country from developing into a solid economic system. This causes unnecessary suffering when people cannot contribute to the economic development of South Africa.
As they were forced off their lands then poverty became worse. Rural areas are the most areas that experience poverty at the extreme because they dependent on agriculture for food and development there is very slow or does not even reach them at all. People leave the rural areas to live in the cities that mean people with skills decide that as there are no opportunities here and they go somewhere they can find job opportunity. Then that lives the rural areas without people who have skills. In Africa there are programs designed to assist in reducing poverty but ends up in the hands of corrupt people, the distribution of the money is unequal, the large amount of money are spend on the person in charge of the program not on the poor people.
Instead, it will bring about social exclusion and lead to social segregation between the rich and the poor. This is evident not only in the aspects of income but also other aspects such as education, health and housing. Children often have to work outside of school so that they can provide income for their families. Hence, they are unable to fully enjoy the benefits of education, even though it is fully funded for. This leads to a poverty cycle, as they often do not have the skills and knowledge required in the workforce, reducing their potential income, therefore being unable to walk out of poverty.
They want them to work and not be educated. Because of money issues people don’t get to pay the fees of the schools. They do have educational centers but still some people of the country do lack education which brings the literacy rate of a country down. These countries are also called Periphery countries. Global Perspective Every country in the world has schools.
Education in poverty-stricken areas is a luxury that many people do not receive and has always been a fight from the beginning of Mississippi’s historical roots. The battle for adequate education began over the issue of segregation and continues to hinder teens’ ability to learn. One of the reasons that education is unsatisfactory in many parts of Mississippi is because education and poverty are interrelated. Poverty has a negative impact on the student’s achievements and academic success and puts them at disadvantages for their futures. Although Mississippi is notorious for its major issues, the correlation of poverty and education have persisted as some of the most pressing issues that require immediate attention.