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An assessment of factors militating against women child education in Suleja local area

 Department: Education  
 By: usericon Expresshubpub  

 Project ID: 2515
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Children arrive at birth as packaged gifts with great but latent potentials. Training (especially formal education) nurtures, prepares and matures them to unleash these to humanity in service and live a fulfilled life girl child is not left out but girl children, in Nigeria, do not have the same opportunity as boys. This paper, therefore, intends to investigate the Challenging Factors Militating against Girl Child Education in Nigeria. The factors include poor family background, religious isolation, disability, early marriage and pregnancy, gender-driven violence, cultural discrimination and attitudes against women’s status and role. Legislative and legal provisions have been recommended to alleviate the obstacles and enhance the girl child’s right to partake in and gain the dividends of education. Formal education is very essential in developing the value systems of girl children which would lead to the development of good families, a good society and ultimately a good nation. Hence the slogan: if you educate a boy, you educate an individual but if you educate a girl, you educate a nation. ...
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