Our Creative Response to the 4th Goal:    Quality Education                  

Nonfiction in response to Quality Education
April 2018

Within the wider goal of improving education worldwide, it is imperative that literacy reads as an essential first priority.

The primary function of education is to help people successfully navigate and contribute to society...

By Ilana Arougheti
Nonfiction in response to Quality Education
April 2018

Education is the premise of progress. Education is what propels societies forward and creates a productive economy. So why is it that according to UNESCO, 263 million children and youth are out of school?

By Georgia Bernbaum
Nonfiction in response to Quality Education
April 2018

What is quality education, and why is it important? The United Nations defines quality education as the key to break from the cycle of poverty, and to empower children to live healthier and more sustainable lives...

By Grace Muresan
Poem in response to Quality Education
April 2018

The teacher begins to hand out tests

Making her way between the desks.

She hands me mine, I give it a look

Then flip it over, try not to seem shook...

By Kelsey Cashman
Poem in response to Quality Education
April 2018

The Student

I wish

I didn’t have to go

to school...

By Caroline Sun
Nonfiction in response to Quality Education
April 2018

Currently, there are far too many children not attending school or having access to acceptable health care in Bangladesh. As seen throughout history, education is the avenue for social mobility, and it is one of the best ways for society to innovate and progress...

By Amrita Bhasin
Fiction in response to Quality Education
April 2018

The boy got up especially early today. He has been looking forward to today for almost 2 months now. The local school in his village is hosting a literary festival for the children, giving them a chance to read classic books and meet authors from the...

By Colin Yuan
Nonfiction in response to Quality Education
April 2018

Over the years, the United States has gradually created the public school system, which allows even children from indigent families to receive education. But now it’s time to take another step forward by making college more accessible. College should...

By Karen Wu
Nonfiction in response to Quality Education
April 2018

Weekends, breaks, snow days—most students in America live for them. Texting and Snapchatting through class, whispering to your friends while the teacher is lecturing—we’ve all been there. How about taking those hour-long bathroom breaks to get out... 

By Kelsey Cashman
Poem in response to Quality Education
April 2018

A traveling door that leads to all places,

A gateway for scholars that memorizes faces,

And each lucky student, knowing or not,

Is given a key that costs quite lot...

By Grace Muresan

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