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60 Free Essays on Importance Of Girls Education

  1. Treating Boys and Girls Alike

    educated society. The views of people have changed. Girls are treated well. They are given equal importance as similar to boys, because it is the need of time. People know that educating a girl is just like educating a whole nation. So girls take education. They do jobs. They are able to handle all...

  2. Girls Education in Pakistan

    . OBJECTIVES: ← To know how the enrolment and retention of girls in educational institutions can be increased. ← To know the importance of education for girls. ← To study factors that help to make educated females in our society...

  3. Social Policy Analysis

    for reducing the above conditions are: 1. Increased education in the community about the importance of educating the girl child (School Management Committee) 2. Increased support to schools, especially the provision of learning materials which warrant extra school charges ( National Level) 3...

  4. Oprah Winfrey Activism

    help all of the girls in the world. In conclusion, knowing the importance of a good education, Oprah was determined to start a school in South Africa to educate young underprivileged girls. Oprah’s past included some horrible events difficult to look back on. However, she used those events as an...

  5. Women Education

    can work as teachers, doctors, lawyers and administrators. Educated women are good mothers. Education of women can be helpful in eradicating many social evils such as dowry problem, unemployment problem, etc. Social peace can easily be established. Gender inequality in education is extreme. Girls...

  6. Gender

    in the household. Reducing the long hours taken by women and girls in search of water is key to economic development by the girls having humble time to attend schooling and women time to attend to other activities. CONCLUSION Its of importance that authorities put in place structures which...

  7. Feminism Controversy

    girls` education among the world. The article, “Malala, the Muslim Feminist” showed Malala`s personal experience of how she got shot in the head from a Taliban gunmen just because she was against the social norm of attending a school. In her country it is not allowed for girls to go to a school...

  8. Sixties

    coeducational. The separation of boys and girls in the classroom is most common today in Catholic institutions. A total of 441 Catholic schools in this country are single gendered. As of 2010, there are just over 400 single sex schools in the United States. The importance of this issue is to prove that boys...

  9. Cooperative Education

    the society if this system of education is given importance. However, some people are opposed to the system of co-education. According to them, this system is against the Indian culture and tradition. It is also argued that girls feel more free in an institution which is meant only for girls. As...

  10. women's right in south africa

    are helping the people in South Africa to know the importance of education and being educated. In 1980’s, the universal declaration of human rights (UDHR) gave human rights a legal status. It was said that individual human no matter they are a girl or boy have full rights in order to study and...

  11. Educating Girls

    . Moving forward agencies considering to donate are the leading edge of dialogue about the importance of the education of girls. In a modest proposal the learning agenda would include three key factors. First- enduring questions to be examined (ex, strategies to improve learning outcomes. Second...

  12. The Effect of Effect of Early Marriage

    opportunities are available and free, schools are built close to communities, there are separate sanitation facilities, parents and communities are involved in running schools and there are communications campaigns on the importance of girlseducation inspiring – that girls are taught by qualified...

  13. Test

    THE INFLUENCE OF GENDER ON THE EDUCATION OF THE GIRL CHILD For more project materials Log on to www.grossarchive.com Or call +2348130686500 +2348093423853 TERMS AND CONDITIONS Using our service is LEGAL and IS NOT prohibited by any university/college policies You are...

  14. Literacy Rates Affecting Women and Development in India

    women above the age of 7 in India. Today about 60 percent, or over 200 million, are illiterate.” (pg. 3) India’s constitution guarantees free primary school education for both boys and girls up to age 14. This is continually used as an excuse used to express what India is doing for education...

  15. Manasa

    importance of education : Education is the process of instruction aimed at the all round development of boys and girls. Education dispels ignorance. It is the only wealth that cannot be robbed. Learning includes the moral values and the improvement of character and the methods to increase the...

  16. Sex Education in Schools - Solution on Teen Pregnancy Rise

    pregnancy rate. Teaching sex education in schools is a proven way to prevent teen pregnancy. Approximately one million teenage girls have babies each year (Teen 2004). . In the next 24 hours, there will be over thousand of girls that will become pregnant. In addition, 43% of all adolescent become...

  17. Women's Right in South Africa

    helping the people in South Africa to know the importance of education and being educated. In 1980’s, the universal declaration of human rights (UDHR) gave human rights a legal status. It was said that individual human no matter they are a girl or boy have full rights in order to study and become...

  18. Boy or Girl, Small Family Is Joy

    “BOY OR GIRL, SMALL FAMILY IS JOY” In olden days there was a conservative society. People gave more importance to boys as compared to girls. According to them boys were the pride of their family and were given more importance as they had to go outside and had to do a job and thought they needed...

  19. Importance of Coeducation

    society. Importance of coeducation in this is a modern concept and has brought remarkable change in the societies. I was in a co-education school. In my class there are about 50 students’ girls and boys together. We learning many things one another in the course of being in the same class every...

  20. East Africa

    accessed mostly by the privileged students (as the High Schools). Everything was organized and financed by the missions which had to set up and keep high school fees for the on going of these schools. However Jones says that Regarding the girlseducation, the mission schools had since the beginning...

  21. Education

    located in rural areas, and discovered that toilet facilities are really pathetic. She suggested that innovative solutions such as mobile-washrooms may help solving the problem. No one can argue or deny the importance of girl child education as she will be the mother of tomorrow. An educated woman...

  22. Girls & Boys Are Alike

    . The views of people have changed. Girlsare treated well. They are given equal importance as similar to boys,because it is the need of time. People know that educating a girl isjust like educating a whole nation. So girls take education. They dojobs. They are able to handle all types of...

  23. QUALIFIED

    also an opportunity available to improve the economic crisis. Girlseducation is of extreme importance in developing nations because girls are and will be responsible to educate children by transferring their knowledge to them, as mentioned by Nike’s CEO Mark Parker in paragraph 4 of the article...

  24. Essay

    Importance of girls’/women’s education   Gender inequality in education is extreme. Girls are less likely to access school, to remain in school or to achieve in educationEducation helps men and women claim their rights and realise their potential in the economic, political and social arenas. It...

  25. Finance

    be taken as a serious issue and steps should be taken to bring awareness about importance of education among every woman both in urban and rural area.  This way many of the social problems like poverty, begging, child labor, child marriage and child mortality will be controlled up to some extent...

  26. Discrimination Among Girls in Everyday Life

    compared with a quarter that number of boys. Social stigmas and narrow-mindedness are the lead causes for these unpleasant situations. In the academic sphere, girls have historically been sidelined and treated unfairly. Importance of education for women is considered secondary to that for the male...

  27. Gender and Education

    -9 2. IMPORTANCE OF EDUCATION IN STRUCTURING GENDER RELATIONS…………………………………………………………..9 2.1 Importance of Education in Education Systems...………………….………….9-11 2.2 Importance of Education in Patriarchal Structure…………………………....11-12 2.3 Importance Education in Social Structures...

  28. Girl Rising

    to write a topic of girlseducation. More specifically, my research paper’s objective is to convey the importance of educating girls in specific areas and countries where such a right is restricted and even denied, and the climatic positive effects girlseducation will bestow on their families...

  29. Africa

    individuals. Though many governments are committed to providing equal education for girls, in practice girls are more likely to drop out of school than boys. It is maintained that in sub-Saharan Africa, “81% of boys were enrolled at primary school during 2005-2009, compared to only 77% of girls...

  30. Effect of Early Marriage

    marriage, but this is not being enforced. The Federal Government of Nigeria and the 19 Northern States Government have introduced initiatives to tackle early marriage and its impact on education (e.g.public sensitisation on girls’ reproductive health and rights and the importance of allowing girls to...