A new UNESCO report says that 28 million kids don't go to school because of armed conflict in their countries.
A report out today from the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (also known as UNESCO) has some depressing data on the number of children worldwide who don't go to school—more than 67 million across the globe. And, what's especially disturbing is that 28 million of them don't go because of armed conflict.
According to the report, classrooms, teachers, and students are increasingly seen as legitimate targets.
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