The issue of child labor in Latin American countries underscores profound social, economic, and ethical concerns, emphasizing the critical role of promoting education. In delving into this complex challenge, it becomes essential to understand the root causes, cultural factors, and the diverse obstacles faced by children engaged in the workforce. Emphasizing the pivotal connection between education and eradicating child labor, discussions focus on international cooperation, and policy reform. The issue seeks practical solutions that prioritize access to education, aiming to break the cycle of child labor and provide these young individuals with opportunities for a brighter future.