Proceedings of the 2018 International Conference on Sports, Arts, Education and Management Engineering (SAEME 2018)

Research on Inequality in Education of Girls in Poverty-stricken Areas

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Tianyue Wu
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Tianyue Wu
Available Online June 2018.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/saeme-18.2018.24How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Educational gender inequality, education of girls in impoverished areas, dropping out of school.
Abstract
The problem of educational inequality is one of the major issues that restrict the development of education, and it is also a social issue. Education inequality among girls in impoverished areas is one of the main manifestations of education inequality. Gils dropping out of school in remote and impoverished areas have not been solved effectively so far. In addition to inadequate rural education funds, inadequate policies and regulations, and this problem is inseparable from the society, history, family, and school. Therefore, it is urgent to solve the problem of girls dropping out of school in impoverished areas. Based on the above factors, the researcher tried to make the following suggestions. The most essential solution is to improve the economy. Second, improve laws and regulations to protect the rights and interests of girls’ education. Third, take steps to make people change traditional gender stereotype. Fourth, implementing compulsory education thoroughly is the fundamental solution to the problem of girls’ difficulties in school. Fifth, make the study content more suitable for the development of rural students. Last but not the least, teachers should pay more attention on the girls.
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AU  - Tianyue Wu
PY  - 2018/06
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TI  - Research on Inequality in Education of Girls in Poverty-stricken Areas
BT  - 2018 International Conference on Sports, Arts, Education and Management Engineering (SAEME 2018)
PB  - Atlantis Press
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