Education will empower women to come forward and contribute towards the development and prosperity of the country. So long as women remain backward and economically dependent on men, the helpless condition of them cannot be changed. Economic empowerment and independence will only come through proper education and employment of women. An educated woman should insist on exercising her civil, social, political and economic rights.
Education is a basic human right and a significant factor in the development of children. Opening classroom doors to all children, especially girls, will help break the intergenerational chains of poverty because education is intrinsically linked to all development goals. We can make a vision of a system focused on learning the reality for each child. For too long in too many schools young children have been provided a learning experience that so under-motivates, under-educates, under-prepares and under-includes that they are left reaching remedial preparations for their careers.
The importance of education to youths manifests itself in terms of the need to cultivate the youths of society into mature individuals. Education is important for the youths, as youth is their growing stage. It is the time to develop the principles of life, make career decisions and begin the pursuit of one’s goals. Education to the youths should consist of the training that is an extension to their fields of interest. The education should help the youths define their career objectives, decide what they want from life and enable them to achieve success in their fields of interest.
Special needs NEED special attention. Children with disabilities are one of the most marginalized and excluded groups of children and remain invisible to the mainstream. There is little relevant data to identify the number of disabled children, making it impossible to carry out appropriate interventions. There are also no effective policies to address their needs and provide them access to a quality education. Disabilities include hearing and vision impairment, emotional disturbances and developmental delay. Our focus is to provide special education and facilitate access to an appropriate education, regardless of the disability, to help the student achieve academic life success.