Analysis Of Malala Yousafzai 's I Am Malala

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Education might not be the cure of the world’s problem but it’s important to be knowledgeable. It’s important to have an education because without it, it makes a person vulnerable to be guided in the wrong direction. Not everyone believes education is important in life and especially for a woman. Malala Yousafzai tells us her story and her fight for education in her book I am Malala. She tells us about her families struggle for the right of education and not just education in general but education for woman. She was raised in Pakistan and its one the counties in which some people believe a woman should not go to school or have freedom. Education was not as easy for her as other girls around the world. Sometimes people don’t take education as a privileged but as a right, but unfortunately it’s not this case everywhere and it wasn’t the case for Malala. She was also able to see by firsthand how illiteracy can be a danger to a person and how others can take advantage of it. In the United States a lot of people take advantage of the education system because it’s free for girls and boys. The children are required to go to school and the government spends a lot of money in the education system. It’s hard for people who live in the United States to think going to school as a child is a privilege. That is not the case in many countries, only the children that can afford to can go to school they need to pay for their education. In According to Malala “I know the importance of
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