Female education is a catch-all term of a complex set of issues and debates surrounding education (primary education, secondary education, tertiary education, and health education in particular) for girls and women. It is frequently called girl’s education or women’s education.
What Happens when you Educate a Girl?
An educated girl is more likely to become involved in the workforce and in turn, bring economic stability to her family and community. Studies have shown that women invest around 90% of their income into their families and communities thus reducing poverty and improving health, safety, and education for everyone.
Benefits of Girl Child Education:
Girls who receive an education are less likely to marry young and more likely to lead healthy, productive lives. They earn higher incomes, participate in the decisions that most affect them, and build better futures for themselves and their families. Girls’ education strengthens economies and reduces inequality. Girls have the right same right to education as boys. Educated girls can make informed choices and from a far better range of options. Educating girls saves lives and builds stronger families, communities and economies. An educated female population increases a country’s productivity and fuels economic growth.
Importance of Female Education:
Educated women are more likely to encourage a good education and inspire compassionate values into their own children in addition to her wider family. This will help empower entire generations of families, rather than simply boosting the individual. Not only sharing her knowledge, but an educated woman also has a better understanding of maintaining a healthy family and how to ensure the emotional and mental wellbeing of her children and extended family.
- An educated girl is better informed about pregnancy-related issues, as well as influences on her general health and that of her family. In turn, this knowledge not only reduces unplanned pregnancy rates and infant mortality rates; it can effectively result in experienced female health care providers who can better assist with childbirth and pregnancy-related care.
- Educated girls are far more likely to be aware of issues surrounding violence and abuse and are less likely to become victims of things like domestic and sexual abuse or human trafficking. For every year that a woman is in education, their confidence grows and a confident woman prefers to stand on her own two feet, work outside the home and is much less likely to give in to abusers that like to isolate their unfortunate partners.
- A woman has a lot of things to manage but only if she is educated she will be managing them in a proper way, giving her child (infant) pre- learning which includes how to speak out the words like Mu Ma (Muma), Ba Ba (Baba). This is how she grooms her child and helps them by putting in proper way towards learning or getting education. Education can help a woman to participate in political and social sciences to raise their voices against the rights which have been stolen by others.
- Girls’ education strengthens economies and reduces inequality. It contributes to more stable, resilient societies that give all individuals including boys and men the opportunity to fulfil their potential.
Role of Female at Homes:
The duties of women were confined to the domestic space: raising children, taking care of household affairs and grooming their young daughters to find husbands. Women were and still are viewed to be mothers, nurturers, household caretakers and caregivers.
Role of Women as Caretakers:
Women are the primary caretakers of children and elders in every country of the world. International studies demonstrate that when the economy and political organization of a society change, women take the lead in helping the family adjust to new realities and challenges.
Role of Education in the life of Female:
Education for girls is about more than access to school. It’s also about girls feeling safe in classrooms and supported in the subjects and careers they choose to pursue including those in which they are often under-represented.
In day to day life, the real problems are faced first by women and then the same problems are conveyed to men for solution. If the women are educated, they can solve all the problems of their houses. It is said that when ever any men get education it is only useful for him but when ever any women get education it is useful for whole family.
An educated woman gives an educated family and an educated family can makes society better. We can not imagine a god society without the education of women. If a woman will not get education how will she manage whole family?
Also, one of a mother’s highest duties is the education of her children at the time when their mind is not amenable to instruction. A child’s whole future life, to a large extent, depends on the teaching it receives in early childhood and it is needless to say that this first foundation of education cannot be well laid by an ignorant mother. Thus education will enable women to make their children, husbands and parents truly happy. Consequently it is very important that women should be educated. On all these grounds female education is a vital necessity.
Women’s education is the fundamental right of every female citizen, but gender discrepancies still exist in the educational sectors.
Education plays very important role in our lives but women education is more prior as being important tool of achieving good self-respect. There are still some deprived areas where women are meant to live a domestic life only, they are not allowed to get education has become the culture of some of the societies.
In few of the areas, women are allowed to get education but they have limited options to choose and pursue their professional career. They don’t know that other professional careers do exist for a female beyond the medical career and we lack the quota of female seats for various jobs. People who don’t know the worth of educating a woman do suffer a lot. These days education is more likely to have degrees but it includes your ethics, norms, culture, and behavior too.