Do You Agree That Educating A Girl-Child Is A Better Investment Than Educating A

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  1. ngureco profile image83
    ngurecoposted 8 years ago

    Do You Agree That Educating A Girl-Child Is A Better Investment Than Educating A Boy-Child?

    What Are The Benefits Of Educating A Girl-Child?

  2. aoiffe379 profile image56
    aoiffe379posted 8 years ago

    No. It is six of one and half a dozen of the other. It depends on the individual and what his/her goals are in life. Some who are thought to be a 'good investment' end up as social derelicts. There are those who were considered 'a waste of time' and they own their own business or make the best of life and build a strong family who contributes to the well- being of their society. Once a child finds his/her niche/  true purpose in life, that person becomes priceless. All others- whether boy or girl- are still on an endless quest.

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    reeltaulkposted 8 years ago

    you need to educate your children, period!  Regardless of their sex

  4. Red Anchor profile image70
    Red Anchorposted 8 years ago

    The obvious benefit of educating both boy-child and girl-child is to hasten the decline of NASCAR.

  5. SEO Expert Kerala profile image61
    SEO Expert Keralaposted 8 years ago

    I think both the male and female are equals if given the same opportunities and freedom. .
    But females have the ability to think and take decisions more effectively, manage in a better way and put 100% of their effort into things if they want to, which makes them blossom in their area of interest.

  6. profile image44
    FALETI JOSEPH .Oposted 7 years ago

    Educating female child is like an investment with a relative low returns because in so many conditions the certificate not oftenly put to use. while educating male child brings lot of returns in its due time.

  7. msorensson profile image69
    msorenssonposted 7 years ago

    There ought to be no preference. Every child regardless of gender ought to be offered what is available. The purpose of education is to raise an aware human being.

  8. DzyMsLizzy profile image97
    DzyMsLizzyposted 7 years ago

    I do not agree.  Educating all children equally is the important thing.  This smacks of gender discrimination, which, as a society, we need to outgrow.

    All education is important, and lifelong learning should be everyone's ultimate goal.  Girls and boys are equally capable of learning any subject, given encouragement, tools and the proper exposure to information.

  9. n.pady profile image53
    n.padyposted 7 years ago

    education is a right for both the sexes. it must not be just for the girl child or for the boy. it is their right, which parents will have to give them.
    since education of the girl child is not given much importance in many parts of the world, it is being promoted by various NGOs.
    you can check the link given below to know how it can help in making this place a better place to live in.
    http://web.worldbank.org/WBSITE/EXTERNA … 86,00.html

  10. mikicagle profile image90
    mikicagleposted 6 years ago

    I can't believe that someone is even asking a question like this in 2011. As a teacher it disturbs me that anyone would consider educating a child based solely on gender.

  11. tutorearth profile image60
    tutorearthposted 5 years ago

    Everyone has think to educate every one - it should not be gender specific. Read more at http://tutorearth.com

 
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