Quality Education of Girls Leads to Increase in GDP
If every girl in the US and worldwide received 12 years of quality education, lifetime earnings for women could increase by up to $30 trillion globally, boosting the GDPs of entire countries worldwide.
Despite these gains, significant barriers such as poverty, early marriages, cultural and social practices, gender biases, and unsafe or unwelcoming learning environments continue to inhibit girls and young women from enrolling in school at all levels and reaching pivotal learning milestones.
COVID remote leaning is good for some students but harder for others
Inequality in education exacerbates the gender gap which impacts future economic growth
Girls not succeeding in STEM areas
Feeling disconnecting because girls lack a support network
Home pressure cause drop out tendency to raise
Increase the number of girls and young women participating in formal and informal learning and training;
Strengthen practical skills, competencies, and experiential learning opportunities, particularly in STEM and digital literacy, for girls and young women to effectively transition from education to employment;
Reduce the barriers that prevent girls and young women—especially those living in conflict and emergency situations—from reaching key learning milestones; and
Promote gender-inclusive and gender-responsive education for everyone, including gender non-binary and transgender learners.
The Annie E. Casey Foundation, Child population by gender in the United States - https://datacenter.kidscount.org/data/tables/102-child-population-by-gender?loc=1&loct=1#detailed/1/any/false/37,871,870,573,869,36,868,867,133,38/14,15,65/421,422
EducationData, K-12 School Enrollment & Student Population Statistics - https://educationdata.org/k12-enrollment-statistics/
MIT SOLVE, Learning for Girls & Women - https://solve.mit.edu/challenges/learning-for-girls-and-women
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