When it comes to gender discrimination girls always face hurdles even in a normal aspect of life whether small activities of daily life or education. When we talk about education it is necessary for every single person whether a girl or a boy because a country’s prosperity and success is based upon both genders.
Literacy overall has been completely redefined particularly because of the modernization and globalization, however existent are the same problems underdeveloped countries will have to tackle altogether.
According to EduCanada, Canada is ranked #1 of the best quality of life. One of the reasons Canada is ranked so high is it’s education. School environments are typically safe and welcoming. In fact, Canada has one of the lowest tuition fees among English speaking countries. (EduCanada).
When you think of Canada, what comes to your mind? Whether it’s students in classrooms, people hustling to work, or wealthy families, they all point to one fact: Canada has a high percentage of literate, well-educated, and successful people.
Imagine waking up and working in the rice paddy all day.
The book ”Shadow” by Jenny Moss follows the story of a fifteen (turning sixteen) year old girl who is the ”shadow” or ”look-out” of a young queen because it was once prophesied that the queen would die before her sixteenth birthday.
“It all starts with the professor who significantly speaks about the beauty of life. The passion of teaching and what it means to be a mentor. The words of wisdom that deeply affects the readers.” – Azra