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According to new estimates released by @UNESCOstat and @GEMReport, only about half of all children and adolescents have access to quality education and are prepared for the future. #LetMeLearn Bit.ly/prepared-for-the-future

Children need to complete primary and secondary education and learn the basics to be Prepared for the Future. Only 1 in 2 are. Read about the new estimates by @UNESCOStat and @GEMReport. #LetMeLearn Bit.ly/prepared-for-the-future

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All children and adolescents would need to achieve a minimum proficiency level in reading and mathematics if they were to be prepared for the future, shows estimates released by @UNESCOStat and @GEMReport. #LetMeLearn #SDG4benchmarks Bit.ly/prepared-for-the-future

According to new estimates released by @UNESCOstat and @GEMReport, only about half of all children and adolescents are prepared for the future. #LetMeLearn #SDG4benchmarks Bit.ly/prepared-for-the-future

New findings by @UNESCOstat and @GEMReport show that globally, 53% of primary school age children and 32% of lower secondary school age adolescents are prepared for the future. #LetMeLearn #SDG4benchmarks Bit.ly/prepared-for-the-future

Globally, the percentage of children prepared for the future after primary school increased from 38% to 53% from 2000 to 2020, show estimates released by @UNESCOStat and @GEMReport. #LetMeLearn #SDG4benchmarks  Bit.ly/prepared-for-the-future

While 90% of children and adolescents in Europe and North America are prepared for the future and 75% in Eastern and South-eastern Asia, less than 10% in sub-Saharan Africa can say the same. @UNESCOStat @GEMReport #LetMeLearn #SDG4benchmarks Bit.ly/prepared-for-the-future

We believe that #SDG4benchmarks will help focus countries’ efforts to deliver the education transformations they need. @UNESCOStat @GEMReport #LetMeLearn Bit.ly/prepared-for-the-future