On another note regarding causes of illiteracy:
To Maureen and All: Is poverty the cause of illiteracy? Or is
Wish is unity, a unifying movement that combines the efforts of similar organizations with its own innovative ideas to eradicate the root cause of illiteracy, not just illiteracy itself.
"Cause Of Illiteracy". Anti Essays. 20 Dec. 2015
Another reason that unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases may thrive in certain parts of the world is illiteracy. Unsurprisingly, illiteracy rates are high in regions that are overpopulated. Poverty is usually a significant cause of illiteracy in developing regions: children are kept from school or forced to drop out in order to help support their families. Without the benefit of even a high school education, which almost certainly includes sex education in most countries, such children grow up into adults who procreate irresponsibly and without thought.
In the technologically advanced world that we live in now, there are no good reasons or causes of illiteracy. It is a problem that should be addressed by all, as lack of reading and writing skills will affect an individual throughout their lifetime.There are many different causes of illiteracy around the world. In the United States alone, the most recent statistics show that 34 million adults are below what are considered levels of basic literacy. That means that these people cannot fill out a job application or read the label on a prescription.
In a world where computers are standard equipment in every home, there should be no reason that these causes of illiteracy should exist. It is only through the education of the population that advancements in civilization can occur, and literacy is the first boundary to cross.,According to the National Committee on Adult Literacy, 1.2 million teenagers or one in every three, drop out of high school. That is a big contributor to adult illiteracy. One of the reasons kids drop out of school is growing up in poverty. That is one of the major causes of illiteracy around the world. In Asia, for example, poverty can keep people from having access to an education. Textbooks cost money as do teachers. For many of the poor, developing countries, there simply is no money to fund education.