According to recent figures, Bangladesh currently has a literacy rate of 78%. Studies indicate that things will deteriorate if education continues at this pace. To reach an initial level of literacy in Bangladesh will take another 44 years, and getting an advanced level will take 78 years. In Bangladesh, quality education has always been a problem. Nearly 51% of people are still illiterate, some of the primary reasons for this being child labour, child marriage and the high growth rate of the population.
Talented teachers are in great supply in many urban areas, but there aren’t enough jobs, whereas, in urban areas, there’s a severe lacking of quality teachers. Besides the difficulties faced in hiring and retaining quality teachers, the lack of technological infrastructure has played a vital role in not dispensing quality education to children residing in rural areas.
JAAGO ensures all students have access to quality education regardless of their background. Many underprivileged children do not have the