Mick Sheldrick

Access to a quality education was once described to me as the “key to life.” Having grown up in Australia, where earning an education was a luxury I could take for granted, it was sometimes easy to forget the significance of what going to school really meant. Yet in countries where there are so few doors of opportunity, education is not seen simply as a preparation for life—it really is life itself—and the first step on the ladder out of extreme poverty.

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