Out of School Youth

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Nobody can deny the hard fact that education is an extremely important factor for bringing change in the lives of individuals. It has universally been re-cognized as the most powerful instrument for gearing up the socio-economic development of the nation.

Out of school youth means having a vulnerable people who have needs. In fact, it can be said that it is a pre-condition for the overall up-lift and welfare of nation. This is why investment in education is considered to be so vital for human resource development and the enhancement of the quality of manpower. It is clear that the composition and characteristics of this most crucial part of population goes a long way in the process of national development of the policy makers and planners in their planning and decision making for the future.

Out of school youth is a vulnerable population with complex needs. Many face dim employment prospects and uncertain futures. Out of school youth is broadly defined as youth aged 16 to 24 who are not in school and who is unemployed, underemployed, or lacking basic skills, while there is no single system that provides services to out of school youth.

Public schools offer free tuition for enrollment for elementary but also in High school students. This may count for high enrollment in schools, although the enrollment has a high result, many poor families is unable to finance the ancillary school needs of their children. The reason why out of school youth happens because of the problems in the family that forces a teenager to work early that they shouldn’t be.

In PUERTO GALERA as one of the “most beautiful bays in the world” and the tourist spot in MINDORO, have also problems. This problems is about out of school youth, nobody can deny that teenagers now a days, doesn’t like...
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