6 edition of A proper education for girls found in the catalog.
A proper education for girls
Elaine di Rollo
|Statement||Elaine di Rollo.|
|Contributions||Rollo, Elaine di.|
|LC Classifications||PR6118.O42 P43 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||356 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||356|
|LC Control Number||2008050523|
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Introduction 2 Education matters 2 Education is a right – but it is still beyond the reach of many 3 A timely strategy 4 2. What prevents girls from getting a quality education.
6 Educating girls is costly for families 7. billion children and young people are now shut out of education. Learn more. Latest updates. news. Class closures may put girls out of school for ever, warn Global Youth Ambassadors.
News. May 13th, ; news. How children around the world are #StillLearning at home during school closures. News. May 8th. Sincegood progress has been achieved to boost girls' enrollment in school. However, an estimated million girls worldwide remain out of school and face multiple barriers to education.
These include distance to school, cultural norms and practices, school-related gender-based violence and early or forced and girls face barriers to getting a good education.
Primary education and literacy for girls transforms and saves lives: A child born to a literate mother is 50 percent more likely to survive past age 5. If all women in sub-Saharan Africa completed primary school, maternal mortality would fall by 70 percent.
Girls are destined to work in the family home, whereas boys are entitled to receive an education. In sub-Saharan Africa, over 12 million girls are at risk of never receiving an education.
In Yemen, it is more than 80% of girls who will never have the opportunity to go to school. Everyone needs to be educated. To be a functional and independent person, you must be educated.
It is a background in life that leads to a better future. There are more opportunities for those who are educated. Education is something that should b. Education partnerships. As efforts to realize the Sustainable Development Goals accelerate, UNICEF is expanding education systems to capture the children most at risk.
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Reason #1. One of the biggest reasons is because of gender norms. Education. You want to be in a gang And shoot up everything with a bang You say they'll have your back But education is what you lack Education is the key to life And not getting stabbed with a knife Education will lead you to great heights And not to everyday fights Education will help you excel Not lead you to a county jail You won't find yourself doing ten In any county pen Author: Bri Edwards.
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So, the goal—if we can call it that—of schools is to prepare kids for more school. By NICK CHILES If you stumble into my home on many a night, you might come across an unusual sight: me trying vainly to teach my daughters how to speak English wrong.
Well, perhaps "wrong" is the wrong word. I've read and written enough about black English over the years to refrain from calling it "wrong"—but that's certainly the way my year-old. Capturing the Victorian era in all of its whimsy and horror, A Proper Education for Girls is a superb debut novel about the power of sisterhood.
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