Inexcusable Inequality Analysis

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This chapter focuses on the lack of and indifference girls encountered in many developing and underdeveloped countries. According to the chapter, girls are selectively excluded from obtaining an education. The author illustrated some of the reasons many girls are excluded or exempted from a formal education. They are usually based on, culture, ethnicity and economic reasons etc. This epidemic is complex, according to the data collected, the reason being, there are only partial reported data from different sources. Therefore, there is no accurate account for how many girls are being excluded from obtaining an education. According to the Indian census bureau; 27.7 million girls are not in school. Education is the key to knowledge, so by exposing girls to these opportunities opens the door for all people regardless of race, color, gender or age to fairness and balance advantages. With this in mind, the chapter Inexcusable Absence was a very disturbing read. The reason being in the twenty first century, we are discussing this topic regarding the discrimination of educating girls. According to the chapter, there are significant benefits for girls to be included in schools. Evidentially, there is an urgent need for more policymaking to implement the …show more content…
In addition, request donations of used books that can be utilized in developed or underdeveloped countries. In the same way, promote incentive programs that recruit and facilitate teachers from international countries and rural districts to teach in underdeveloped countries. Lobby for funding from business organizations worldwide. At the same time, establish libraries that are easy and accessible to children in rural districts, as the saying goes; “Reading is the key to Knowledge”. So why not take down these barriers and educate others especially girls through teaching, sharing and

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