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Illiteracy in Honduras

Guillermo A. Reyes

Shadai School

Abstract

Illiteracy in Honduras is a topic of which all Hondurans Have notice since last

year’s what is Illiteracy? Is the inability of knowing how to read and write

mainly due to the teaching or practice enough.

A Chaotic governmental system handle has living us in our main Topic:

Illiteracy in Honduras, is Honduras safe of this Problem? Can Honduras

eliminate illiteracy? And what Consequence this problem brings to the

country in Modern times? Even though 78% of people living in Honduras can

write either read is a very low average inn contrast with other countries.

The purpose of these research is to remember a problem that since last

years has been affecting Honduras in more than one way Progress in more

than one way to make this a better Country we need people with their

educational process Succeed it’s a situation of main importance and a

priority To all governments or supouse it may be what we had Seen is

governments that had play with the guidelines of The country in other words

they prefer to stole the Money than making a good use of it but also some

time Ignorance is a factor cause people had chosen ignorant Persons as

liders, that’s the main reason how can a man Teach what he haven’t learn?

That’s why studies are useful you have to prepare Yourself and stop trying to

invent what is already invented. Or how a man that grow with animals in the

camp guide a country? Does he will guide us as cows?

Honduras: a 112,492 km 2 country that is consider as poor and one of the

most violent countries around the world according to numerous

organizations. This according to ( O.N.U research.)

Nowadays illiteracy affect approximately 800 million people around the

world in their majority women and girls who lose the benefits of an

education. Because this suppose a great tool against the

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