Essay about The Historical Devolution Of Gender Inequality For Women

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An Analysis of the Historical Devolution of Gender Inequality for Women in Canadian Education

Introduction:

This study will define the devolving gender inequality for women in Canadian education. The overarching focus on a longitudinal historical progression of women’s rights in the education will be defined from the mid-20th century to the 2000s. A majority of the findings suggest that women have had greater access to secondary and post-secondary education as a part of an increase of participation from the 1990s to the 2000s. the reason why this occurs is based on the steady inclusion of women into political and academic positions that provide them with greater access to policy making and support to help women graduate from secondary school and to enter post=secondary school at university. The success of these governmental and socially constructed measure define the role of women’s rights groups and the increase of women as equals to males in the educational process. Also, a critical look into the current status of gender inequality for women and men in the workforce defines existing inequality of pay grades (salaries, wages. etc) and higher-level administrator positions with equal educations. However, the overall findings suggest that women continue to rise in equality to men in terms of education and job opportunities into the 2000s.

Literature Review:

This article review will analyze why women are becoming more equal in terms of gender participation within…

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