Millenium development goals – further analysis

This is because numbers of people going to schools may decrease overtime, which would stop the overcrowding classrooms. However, if there are overcrowding classrooms, the government may soon notice, and take action to build more classrooms, killing two birds with a stone. Advantages of A: Helps prevent more overcrowded classrooms Disadvantages of A: Bulldog an extra classroom may not prove to be the most useful tactic long-term.

Advantages of B: When more people are encouraged to go to school, there would be more overcrowded classrooms, which may lead to the bulldog of may be more reasons that the campaigns can handle and can control. If children are needed for fieldwork, you cannot start a campaign to stop the parents from keeping the children from doing so. Chosen: Approach B Disadvantages of A: Building an extra classroom may not prove to be the most useful there would be more overcrowded classrooms, which may lead to the building of another classroom. This also lets more people go to school.

Disadvantages of B: There the children from doing so. Chosen: Approach B Reason: While buying textbooks and teaching materials are a great idea, this only aims at children who are going to school. It might be better to allow more students to go to school, and allow a possibility that there would be government support for SMS in Nigerian schools. Advantages of A: Helps children who are already going to school get a better quality education. Disadvantages of A: Does not help children who are not already going to school.

Advantages of B: Helps encourage other parents to end their children to school Disadvantages of B: Does not improve the current quality of education Chosen: Approach B quality of education Approach B Reason: Approach A, while gives direct support, only gives one child living in poverty to go to school. By choosing Approach B, it gives a chance to more allow more children to go to school. It also allows the national parliament to know the problem with school uniforms if they do not know so already. Advantages of A: Helps a child living in poverty directly.

It also ensures that this child will be able to go to school. Disadvantages of A: Only helps one child. Advantages of B: Gives a chance for more children to be able to go to school without uniforms. Disadvantages of B: Minister may reject. Reason: Approach A, while gives direct support, only gives one child living in poverty to go to school. By choosing Approach B, it gives a chance to more allow more children to go to school. It also allows the national parliament to know the problem living in poverty directly. It also ensures that this child will be able to go to school. Disadvantages of A: Only helps one child.