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1.1 million students drop out of school in Mexico each year

In Morelos the dropout rate is above the national average.

More than 9% of Mexico's children abandon Primary Education, and 27% of Secondary School students drop out. Of those that make it to high school, 70% drop out.*

According to INEGI, 70% of Mexican high school students don't make it graduation day.

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Reasons for such high dropout rates

  • Shortage of economic resources in the family.

  • Need to start working in the labor market.

  • School conditions and environment.

  • Difficulty in accessing the school for reasons of geographical distance.

There are those who have to move to another municipality and it can take up to 2 hours to reach the study center.

You can make a difference by sponsoring a child today.


*Instituto Nacional para la Evaluación de la Educación en México 2018 FORBES/INEGI 2018


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