Some children are more likely to miss out on education than others.
That deprivation has lifelong consequences that often mean that the next generation will start out at a disadvantage.
Only 50% of children aged from 3 up to 5 attend preschools.
The resulting cycles of inequality and deprivation thwart the potential of both individuals and societies.
- Only 50% of children aged from 3 up to 5 attend preschools.
- Only 9% of children from the poorest households and 6% of children from Roma settlements aged from 3 up to 5 attend preschools.
- Primary school is completed by 66% of children living in poverty.
- Secondary school is attended by 15% of girls from Roma settlements.