UNESCO/Pornpilin Smithveja A learner reads on a tablet in Mae Hong Sonâ€™s Ban Mae Sa Nga School in Thailand.
A good education is often seen as a route out of poverty, but many disadvantaged children are unable to finish school. In Thailand, a project involving the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, UNESCO, is linking academic achievement to cash rewards, providing tangible benefits to marginalized families, and helping kids to stay in school.
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