The foundation of the educational system in Bangladesh was laid down during the period of British rule. The system has three levels—primary, secondary, and higher education. Primary education, which is free but not compulsory, is for children up to about age 10. Only about half of all children attend primary school. Secondary education is divided into three levels—junior secondary, high school, and higher secondary (intermediate college)—with public examinations being held at the conclusion of each level of schooling. Schools in cities and towns are generally better staffed and financed than those in rural areas.
In Bangladesh, with the large gap between rich and poor, people face a multitude of issues besides children's education. For example, the overcrowded population, mainly in the capital, is leading to health issues due to the shortage of toilets and open defecation. We helped donated education stipulated to a local NGO jbusomaj songgoton and Village Industries, which is dedicated to promoting health education classes for people in the local community, while also setting up toilets. So we needed some donar please donate us for helping our poor children grow up education.