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    Can Education Dehumanize Women? Providing equal education to men and women can only be useful if the society they live in view them as equals. If society’s perspective of women dehumanizes them, than they are the slaves of their community. In the book, “A Vindication of the Rights of Women”, Mary Wollstonecraft explores how “much cannot be expected from education” if society isn’t constituted differently. Since societies standards causes women to be tricked into believing they are contributing members

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    Women’s Education Opportunities in Islamic Countries Opportunities for women to receive an education in Islamic countries have risen. The Taliban and other radical Islamic groups have become slightly more tolerant in the aspect of women’s education. Slowly, women are coming out of hiding, and they are openly seeking education. The schools are rundown and hidden from sight but manage to provide a safe place for education. Due to the opportunities arising, Islamic women are becoming braver and

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    The degree of education for women in developing and developed countries is immensely low across the globe. In regions like the Middle East and parts of Africa especially East Coast (Somalia) many women aren 't allowed to go to school and get an education. Because not being allowed access to education these women aren 't ready for a vast number of skilled job opportunities, that had they obtained access to education would have been able to do. In rare instances women are offered education but the quality

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    A sufficient education is something that Westerner’s like myself, have taken for granted for a long time. It’s easy to, in all honesty, because we have been raised in a society in which education has been held at the utmost importance. In the United States women are held at an equal level with men, we’ve fought for this sense of equality for several years and unfortunately, not all women across the world have had that same success. Women from other countries do not have half of the rights that we

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    How many women can you name that are famous for something that they did in an educational field? One, maybe two on a good day. Now ask yourself how many men you can name that have done something famous in an educational field. Albert Einstein, Sigmund Freud, Isaac Newton, the list goes on and on. No one can seem to remember the names of famous women in education, because women never get the chance to to do anything to allow themselves to stand out. Are women deprived of critical education simply because

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    Iacurci 1 ["I have the right of education. I have the right to play. I have the right to sing. I have the right to talk. I have the right to go to [the] market. I have the right to speak up." (Fantz). ] Malala Yousafzai is the now seventeen year old girl from Pakistan who shared these inspiring words in a 2011 interview with CNN. Yousafzai has become a global symbol for women’s rights and she recently gave a speech about the global issue of women’s education at a United Nations meeting. In this meeting

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    Women Education Varsha Kori(201201228) Term Paper for HM326 (Multicultural Education & Human Diversity) Prof. Radha Parikh Winter 2014-2015 Table of Contents Introduction……………………………………………………………………………....02 History and Present………………………………………………………………………02 Reasons behind Low Literacy Rate in Women…………………………………………..03 Pioneers in the field of Women Education……………………………………………….05 Measures taken by the Government……………………………………………………...05 Conclusion…………………………………………………………………………

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    Education plays a great role in distinguishing women from women or men from men. In the past, it was uncommon for a woman to be educated. With this in mind, if a lady was educated, she was held high in the eyes of men. A woman’s main role during this time was to befriend her husband and to host her husband’s dinner parties. Due to this, men loved educated women because those who are educated could hold witty conversations. If a male is married to a female who is educated, he is held at a great standard

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    There are roughly three and a half billion girls on planet earth. If each one of these women had an education, one can only imagine the potential of the world. Violent conflicts in developing countries disrupt girls access to education by creating a dangerous learning environment and lead to future problems within countries due to the lack of women with an education. This disruption causes even more political and social destruction within countries and can carry on into global matters making this

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    Women’s rights in education have improved greatly since the early 1800s — when girls only learned skills that society believed would make them good wives and would be ostracized for wanting more in their education. Today, more women than men attend and complete their collage degrees. In the early 1800s education was mainly for middle and upper class citizens in America, and was for boys. Even thought both classes were educated it was in very different ways. In the North if you were a part of an

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