Challenges of gender equality in access to education: A quantitative StudyAuthor(s):
Dr. Bharti PathaniaAbstract:
Enjoying equal opportunities in rights, resources, protection, and education is called Gender equality. Gender equality is a base that creates a peaceful, flourishing, and sustainable world to live in. Gender equality enhances the productivity of the existing generation and improves the development of the coming generation. Education is a path that breaks the walls of gender inequality and puts a step forward for a sustainable and developed society. The development of a nation is only possible if there are no gender disparities and any kind of disparity and violence in the educational field. Gender equality in education is associated with four dimensions, which are: (a) Equality of accessing education, (b) equality of learning process, (c) equality of educational results (d) equality in external outcomes. The government is putting more stress on taking the proper steps that could strengthen the equality between the genders for smooth functioning and development of the nation. "Education for All" is the policy that acts just like the "Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education act (2009)." A sample of 191 respondents was collected from a "standard questionnaire" created on a five-point interval scale.Pages: 76-79 | Views: 317 | Downloads: 178Download Full Article: Click Here
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Dr. Bharti Pathania. Challenges of gender equality in access to education: A quantitative Study. Int J Multidiscip Trends 2022;4(2):76-79.