Malala’s Fight

I wonder about how many children get no education in third world countries? In fact,more than 70 million kids don’t get an education in third world countries and 53% of them are girls. Also, I believe that it is unreasonable for kids not to be allowed to go to school or that they have to fight for their education. In third world countries kids have to fight for their education. Indeed, in some other places including the United States kids are required to go to school. These are two significant samples why some children think differently about school than other children.

For example,in third world countries kids have to fight for their education. Malala stood up to the Taliban for her education.” I don’t want to be thought as”the girl shoot in the head by the Taliban” but as ”the girl who fought for education”,the girl who stands up for peace, with knowledge as her weapon.” This reveals that Malala fought for her education. That was one valid inference why some children think divergent about school than other kids.

Also,kids in some other places including the United States are required to go to school. Compulsory attendance law was made by each to require school attendance for children of specific ages. About 42 countries have the compulsory law. Finally,that was the second relevant inference why some kids think unalike about school than other kids.

That was two meaningful samples why some kids think dissimilar about school than other kids. So, next time you would rather stay home and play your video games remind yourself of how Malala fought the Taliban just for her education.