Multiple Factors Causes Inequality And Inequality

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Multiple factors cause disparity and inequality in education. Therefore the social inclusion challenge is vast – high levels of poverty, fragile environments, entrenched gender and caste discrimination and the existence of ‘hidden’ groups of particularly vulnerable children, including disabled children, working children, HIV affected children and those displaced by conflict. Adding to these challenges are weak governance, incoherent policies, and weak coordination and collaboration within and between sectors. Social Inclusion: Gender and Equity in education, SWAPS in south Asia

In many developing countries literacy has become one of the main focal point for women’s development. Nepal being one of poorest countries in the world has undergone many conflicts and difficulties in its time. For instance, between 1996 to November 2006, the education system became the main substance of violence and conflict; women in Nepal had endured years of discrimination in all levels of circumstances, especially under the patriarchal society where male domination became the norm for the society from an early establishment of the country. This has not only resulted itself in a weaker position with the educational system locally and globally for many decades, but has also added more pressure on women accessing the right to education.
Gender issues, gender sensitivity and their implication on girls’ and boys’ teacher training programs does not cover learning adequately. Both the…
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