Every Child Has a Right to Education

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ENG311: Dropout
Nowadays, education is very important. Every child has a right to education. Millions of children around the world attend schools. They get a basic secondary education. After wards, some enter universities or college. Over 140 million children are very poor. And they do not have shoes and clothes to go to school. Children work at home and at the factory. They help their family to lool after animals, so they do not have time to go to school/. Dropouts are a big problem in Mongolia. More than 160000 children are out of school currently in Monglolia. Posted by Munkh-Erdene at 8:49 AM No comments: 

TUESDAY, MAY 11, 2010
ENG311: Street children in Mongolia
Since 1990 the number of street children in Mongolia has increased. Many children stay on the street, others live in underground sewers. Statistics reveal that there are around 60000. School dropouts-most are chilkdren from herder families. Children do a variety of work. Many chikldren in urban areas work in highly dangerous situations. They steal coal off of moving train cars. Others beg for small change. At 5 or 6 years old, they sell candy or shine shoes, beg or steal. They look for food in trash cans. They sniff glue. Many can not spell their own first names, and they will never go to school. The street children dream of having a beautiful house and playing football with their friends. Posted by Munkh-Erdene at 8:35 AM No comments: 

MONDAY, MAY 3, 2010
ENG311: Air pollution
Air pollution is common in developes countries. There are crowds of people and large industries in their big cities. The man causes of air pollution are: smokee from factorie, car exhaust fumes and ger district in Mongolia etc. Chemical industries do not use cleaning equipment, so the city has a large number of sick and plants have stopped growing. Air containsoxygen, and people need oxygen to live. If you live a near big city you may see a rust colored haze covering the city like a blanket.Sometimes natural events such as dust storm, forest fires ar erupting volcanoes pollute the air. But most of time people cause air pollution. Burning trash can pollute the air. Posted by Munkh-Erdene at 8:28 AM No comments: 

TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 2010
ENG311: Mongolian nature
Mongolian nature is very beautiful. Beauty in the nature is seen everywhere. Nature is full of color. Plants, animals, birds, flowers, mountains and forest have many beautiful colors. Mongolia has several mountain ranges. Some parts of our country are covered with mountains and hills. The biggest mountain chains are Altai, Khangai, Khentii. There are many rivers in Mongolia. The longest rivers are the Selenge. The Kherlen and the Orkhon. The deepest lakes are Kubsgul, Uvs and Buir. Mongolia is very rich in mineral resources such as copper coal, iron and gold. Much of Southern an eastern Mongolia is occupied by a vast plant and grassland. The co-called Gobi region, Mongolia's semidesert, lies in the south. It can go years without rain. Mongolia is called ther land of the Blue Sky because it averages 257 cloudless days a year. Mongolia is a country of grassland. Posted by Munkh-Erdene at 8:20 AM No comments: 

TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 2010
ENG311: Mongolian future
Mongolia is unique, because of its integrity in nature, culture, history and hospitality. It is also called the Land of Blue sky, i am proud of Mongoliann's pristine nature, fresh air and grassland. Every day Mongolian life changed. The population is about 2.6 million people, but it is one of the least densely populated countries in the world. As the statistic suggest the population of Mongolia will reach 4.4 million by 2050. I agree that if the population of the coutry increases, the economic would develop very rapidly. First of all, we need to develop the mongolian educational system, which should reach international standarts. As well as, mongolians also need to discover many new scientific breakthroughs in the world. Secondly, the urban concentration in Mongolia is...
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