25 Calciners Street
Castelló d'Empúries, 17486
9th May, 2017
Office of the United Nations
High Comissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR)
Palais des Nations
CH-1211 Geneva 10, Switzerland
Dear Sir or Madam,
I am writting to complain about education. In the Article 26 of the Human Rights, it is said that everyone has the right to education. I agree with that because if you are born in a poor family, you can study and make the effort and become a succesful person. Education can change lives.
But there are a lot of types of education. There are countries in Europe, for example Sweden, that has a liberal education, completely different from our education in Spain.
Here, children are allowed to go to school abd study. But our education system is not so good, we spend hours of our free time doing homework, studying a lot and doing useless things that won't help us in the future. I can't learn, all we do is memorize and memorize, it's useless.
If you want Spain to improve, you should change education systems because they are so bad and there are a lot of inequalities.
That is a thought that all students of Batxillerat have. Also we have to do Selectivitat, another useless thing because it's study another time the same thing that you have studied during the scholar year.
I would appreciate that you read this and change this situation, not for me, for the other students that are going to Batxillerat. I trust that you will deal with this matter soon and I look forward to your reply.