3 edition of Women education and development found in the catalog.
Women education and development
P. S. Kawatra
by Dept. of Library, Documentation and Information, National Institute of Education, National Council of Educational Research and Training in New Delhi
Written in English
|Statement||compiled by P.S. Kawatra and Krishna Duggal.|
|Series||Edudoc services : bibliography series, Edudoc bibliography series.|
|Contributions||Duggal, Krishna., National Council of Educational Research and Training (India). Dept. of Library, Documentation & Information.|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 94/60185 (L)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||51|
|LC Control Number||94902484|
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Overview. By Lori S. Ashford. T he right to education for all has been an international goal for decades, but since the s, women’s education and empowerment have come into sharp focus.
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Women education and development, a new perspective. New Delhi: Kanishka Publishers, Distributors, For example, if with equal education, women's contribution to economic development (or to other desirable goals) is comparable to men's, then reducing gender-imbalances in education will enhance women's capacity to contribute to economic progress.
This is the efficiency reason for reducing gender inequality in areas where women are currently.