Three Cover Designs
1) The main idea that inspired the first cover is a combination of a common school crossing sign and the now "infamous" No Child Left Behind Act. It concentrates on the fact that while the purpose of the bill was to create equal eductation, some children are being left out. Some have been given passing grades when they needed more help and others have probably just been eliminated from the system altogether. Something needs to be done in order to achieve the Universal Education goal.
2) "If you build it, they will come," describes the second cover design. It focuses on the need for strong and secure buildings that can be used as schools. If there is no building to have school in, I think that it would be hard to teach basic grammar sklls or math problems. If we can find a way to design a portable, easy-to-build structure, then we would be providing a safe place for kids and adults to work towards their goals.
3) The last cover is centered around the idea that universal education cannot be possible without an intimate knowledge of how to read. If you bring a building into a foreign country to serve as a school, that's great, but there has to be some knowledge of basic skills for the kids to learn. If a child can't read, school might not fulfill their needs to become educated. If nothing else happens, the children of the world need to get better education regarding basic skills like reading and mathematics.