Gender Inequality In Schools

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The problems of gender inequality plaque nations throughout the world and remains a problem in modern day. Individuals from every cultural and religious background experience gender disparity in a variety of ways. Quality Schools International in Tbilisi has a multinational student body with varied backgrounds. The problems of gender inequality still exist for students at QSI, but the majority of these issues exist outside of school life. Certain in-school issues include the dress code and girls in Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). A significant reason for the minimal of lack of gender inequality within school life is due to the socioeconomic background of the QSI alumni. This essay will addressing problems involving gender…show more content…
This is a debatable issue because many boy fashion trends remain less revealing. Even so, QSI Tbilisi is considerably progressive in this sense because girls are not denied the right to learn based on their clothing. They are never sent home or punished, as they could be in other school systems. This issue is highly debatable but some believe that it is linked with the sexualization of girls from an extremely young age. Girls are, oftentimes, more scrutinized for their choice in clothing. Generally, it is clear that the dress code is directed towards…show more content…
Young Afghan women are limited in their opportunities for their future because of limited governmental representation and jobs.For example, only 35% of men support the equal representation between women and men in government ("Afghanistan," Social Intuition & Gender Index). Within society, there is a general belief that women require permission to follow any career path or work at all ("Afghanistan," Social Intuition & Gender Index). Sociocultural norms further instill this internalized gender inequality which can be expressed within families. Seventeen percent of women get married between the ages of 15-19. Also, similarly to Georgia, there is a higher boy birth rate which indicates that there is gender- based abortion.
Afghanistan fights this gender bias on a daily basis. In the words of Humira Saqib, Activist and Director of Afghan Women’s News Agency, “We are working for equity, justice and equal rights in a country where women are imprisoned for the simple fact of existing, stoned by illegal courts, and raped at terrifying rates. These words are not merely slogans, they are the sound of alarm we are rising under the ears of radical terrorists, Taliban and other misogynists ("10 Inspirational Quotes from Afghan
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