My family places a high importance on education; this is why my grandparents pushed me to learn to read and write. Since they did this, I also want to instill this into my little sister, Kaylee. It seems like my grandparents always pushed me to do my best, because of this, I could read at a very young age, but not without their help, guidance, and reassurance. I have loved to read for as long as I can remember, and I am blessed that my grandparents shared their love of reading with me all those years. I was taken from my parents when I was three years old to go live with my grandmother.
Education For Woman
“If you educate a girl you educate a whole nation” | Care International
This maxim recognized the benefits of education and has repeatedly become the motivation for global development efforts to offer education opportunities for women. Yet, fundamentally this maxim bears problematic assumptions that further disempower women and reinforce patriarchal stereotypes. This essay seeks to unpack the assumptions behind the proverb by viewing how educating women is believed to lead to the development of the family and nation in the context of sub-Saharan Africa, an area still facing low female literacy rates and high gender disparity in the enrolment of formal schooling. Authors retain copyright and grant the journal right of first publication with the work simultaneously licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2. Authors are able to enter into separate, additional contractual arrangements for the non-exclusive distribution of the journal's published version of the work e. Authors are permitted and encouraged to post their work online e. Hydra is an Open Access journal.
Educate a woman, and you educate a nation
Teaching Beliefs about the Family and Quality and Nature of Family Life Family life Education is to help families become a stronger unit through the proper education. There are so many different thoughts and beliefs pertaining to the family life education program. There have been good and bad beliefs, but the majority have been trying to improve the family and the education system that has been taught. Everyone has a family. Whether it is a family by blood or a family you claim to have through.
By Boipelo. Mokhutshane Aug 30, A census gives a state the opportunity to assess where things are at and what interventions, especially through national budgets, must be made. We analysed some of the figures that Census told us about women and families and it would be good to measure how far we have come. Forty percent of African children were living with their mothers only while this number is at nearly a third for coloured children.