Education is like elegance, if you do not have it, you can not pretend, so the education privilege leads to action.
According to Nelson Mandela, “Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world.”
Thus, we can see that having an exemplary education we can change the world.
To have the privilege to education is from my point of view the biggest wealth.
Because taking advantage of this privilege we can change our life.
We all know that there are several statistics which shows us the countries with the highest level of education in the world as well as the countries with the lowest level of education.
By analyzing such statistics we can notice that on the place number one in the world, in terms of education, is Singapore.
Global comparisons relating to the preparation of students in mathematics and other sciences has revealed the fact that their education system is the best.
On the opposite side are the Third World countries.
There are countries where to buy a book means giving up to 5 liters of water. And this in the conditions in which, in states as Burundi, Chad or the Democratic Republic of Congo, people live on less than one dollar per day.
In most African countries, poor economy, corruption, lack of infrastructure, poor living conditions and famine have led to illiteracy.
The population of Africa is about 1.11 billion people.
According to statistics issued by UNESCO, as regards illiteracy rates in African countries, 38% of adults, about 153 million people, do not know how to write or read.
So, we can notice how important the education privilege is.
Those of us who have had the chance to be born in a developed country, to take full advantage of this privilege, to not neglect it.
There are people who would like to be in our place and to benefit from the opportunities that we have, but unfortunately, they do not have our chance.